Ghana Police Service are doing their best in order to do away with indiscipline on roads for it to calm down the rate at which road accidents occurs.
They even train riders to help reduce indiscipline and ensure road traffic regulations.This would have been a very strategic decision taken by the Inspector General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, and members of the police administration. But it seems there is nothing happening to reduce such occasions.
According to reports from a popular television station,
"the driver of the taxi lost control of the steering wheel while driving on the road. This made the vehicle somersault into two provision stores along the side of the Nima road. Due to the horrific nature of the accident, four died instantly from this terrible accident. The dead bodies have been sent to the mortuary".
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