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Lying On Vehicle Bonnet Is Unprofessional - NADMO PRO Tells Police.

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Lying on vehicle bonnet is unprofessional - NADMO PRO tells Police

The Director of Communications at the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO), Mr George Ayisi, has said it is amateurish for Police officials to lie on vehicle hoods trying to stop drivers who ridicule street wellbeing guidelines.


He said this training isn't done anyplace subsequently and should stop.


In 2020, a cabbie was driving from the Koforidua Central Business District heading towards Adweso, on arriving at the Gallaway Traffic Light, he was recognized by a local area associate police for mocking street rules.

Police workforce who were in the organization of the local area aide police moved toward the cabbie to make a capture, however, he angrily opposed and attempted to run over the cop who remained before his vehicle.


The cop hopped and lay on the hat of the vehicle for security.


The cabbie drove the vehicle to a distance of over 350metres before he was constrained by an alternate driver to stop. His demonstration was gotten on video which became famous online.

The driver was hence captured and accused of risky driving in opposition to segment one of the Road Traffic Act. 2004 (Act 383) and one more count of opposing capture in opposition to area 226(1)(a) of the Criminal and different Offenses Act, 1960 (Act 29). He has since been imprisoned.


Talking on the New Day show on TV3 on Monday, April 4, 2022, regarding the capture of the Police officer who purportedly displayed a weapon and attacked drivers on the Kasoa-Winneba Highway on Friday, April 1, 2022, Mr Ayisi denounced the activity of the official and further asked the Inspector General of Police to manage the issue.


He said while addressing the amateurish lead of a portion of the officials that "lying on vehicle hood is amateurish. I don't figure individuals ought to go on with this amateurish demeanour. Bouncing on the cap, that's what who does?"

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