The godly man and his driver, Eric Kofi Agyeman, were fined GH¢1,200 after they were caught in a video driving a Toyota Landcruiser fitted with strobe lights and alarm in opposition to street traffic guidelines 74 (1) of Road Traffic Regulation 2012 LI 2180.
An assertion by the Ghana Police Service on its Facebook page said "The consideration of the Police was attracted to a video where a Toyota Landcruiser with enlistment number GR 5150 - 22 was caught fitted with strobe lights and alarm in opposition to street traffic guidelines 74 (1) of Road Traffic Regulation 2012 LI 2180.
"Police examination upon an audit of the video film prompted the capture of the driver Eric Kofi Agyeman and the proprietor of the vehicle, Bishop Daniel Obinim".
Utilization of alarms managed by law
The Road Traffic Regulations Regulation 74(3) of L.I. 2180 of the Act gives that an alarm might be fitted as a noticing machine and utilized on specific classes of engine vehicles. In the first place, we have "the public authority vehicle utilized for true purposes by the Head of State."
The subsequent class is "a police vehicle", the third classification is "an engine vehicle utilized as a rescue vehicle by an emergency clinic or facility."
The fourth class is "an engine vehicle utilized by other perceived government security offices", and the fifth classification is "a bullion vehicle enlisted by the authorizing authority."
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