IGP Dampare is on course and he is working hard to make sure there is law and order in the country. His name has been on the lips of every Tom, Dick and Harry because of his disciplinarian lifestyle. One interesting thing about him is that when he is called on upon to apply his disciplinarian lifestyle, he answers in a grand style.
Earlier today, netizens have called on IGP Dampare to do his "work" again after a picture of one driver dropped on social media. In the picture which is wildly circulating around, the driver is seen urinating on the stretch of the road. According to the sharer of the video, the driver got down at from his vehicle to urinate on the Legon to Pantang stretch. As he was urinating, some one took and a picture of him.
See picture of him in the act;
What do you think about this news? Is it right for a driver to do this on the stretch of a road? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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