A father with a baby who was boarding a car from Takoradi to Acora was asked about the baby. The baby was too young, and the mother was not present.
After being transported to the police station for questioning, it was discovered that the guy was the father of the child and that he had been given a doctor's report to assist with the baby's transfer from Takoradi to 37 Military Hospital (so I heard).
The police station's commanding officer made a few phone calls before giving the man a ride back to the bus station to wait for his bus.
We were there having a back and forth
conversation whether the ambulance would
show up or not.
All we could hear was the ambulance siren. Due to the conditions, the baby looked to be entitled to free transportation from Takoradi to Accra.
Wait, there's more... it seemed to imply that the government was responsible for all bills.
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