The newest member on the list of the Ghana police is a commercial vehicle driver who was spotted in the middle of the road urinating. I doubt he knew it was a crime but ignorance shouldn't be an excuse to the law. He is currently in police custody according to latest reports.
Sika Official is a renowned blogger who broke out the news after claiming Ian Okwei passed on the news as shown below.
According to reports, the arrested trotro driver is named Richmond Tetteh and he got down from his vehicle as he had to visit the call of nature. Unfortunately for him, he got no place to piss but on the Legon to Pantang stretch. Isn't it interesting realizing that people are looking at whatever you do? He thought no one was watching but somebody was really watching and even went ahead to take a picture.
The person took a clean shot such that you could see the number plate (GX 31119-16) of the vehicle.
Like I have always been saying, no one is superior to the law and for that matter, we must do what is right before it is too late. Some people think this arrest isn't really necessary. You can also make your thoughts known in the comment section
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