According to a post on the social media page of the Ghana Police Service, Citi TV has partnered with the Motor Transport and Traffic Department (MTTD) to arrest 31 vehicles on the Kpone-Dawenya stretch of the N1 highway.
The post indicated that, the MTTD in partnership with Citi TV crew have been able to arrest 31 vehicles in a special road exercise which was conducted on Friday. The vehicles were impounded for various traffic offences.
The exercise was part of the efforts made by the Ghana Police Service to curb reckless driving as well as to ensure that, drivers and other road users comply with the road traffic regulations.
Currently, the arrested vehicles are in the custody of the police. The vehicles include commercial vehicles, Ministries, Department and Agency (MDA) vehicles, corporate entity vehicles and privately owned vehicles.
The police have also assured Ghanaians that, it will continue to put in more efforts to ensure the lives of individuals will be safeguarded when using the roads.
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