Cement Ambulance not part of our ambulances Ghana Ambulance service.
The Ghana Ambulance service(GAS) has released a press statement on one ambulance which was believed to be part of the fleet of ambulance in use by service. The ambulance was seen in Buduburam in the central region, with about sixteen bags of cement loaded into it. The ambulance with registered number GV-537-20 according to the Ghana Ambulance service is not part of the ambulances commissioned for use by the president. The said ambulance is known to have some fault which was needed to be attended to by the supplier(Service Ghana Autogroup Ltd) and therefore was not added to the fleet of ambulance that was meant to provide services to the people. After attending to the fault of the ambulance, the mechanic Nana Ofosu a gear box specialist sent it on a test drive and later on employed the vehicle for his private use.
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