Mistakes are bound to happen as humans but recognising and learning from it is what is important. It could be recalled recently that, a police officer who was in line of duty escorting a bullion van was shot dead. The armed robbers who shot him and the driver took away a huge sum of money from the van and bolted. Ghanaians were shocked after the sad news was made known.
Shortly after the incident, many people including security analysts have added their voices into the matter. They challenged bank of Ghana and the police service to provide the requisite logistics that will protect officers from harmful assailants. Many were of the view that, the kind of vans they use to transport the monies are not safe. It is just a normal pick-up vehicle which can be attacked at any given time.
Upon several deliberations, the Bank of Ghana has finally contacted Kantanka automobile to intervene in the matter. The automobile company has to manufacture a proper bullet proof bullion Van to help convey monies and to protect lives as well. The managing director of the company, Kwadwo Safo Junior has therefore accepted the challenge and promised to deliver as expected. This is actually a good news and Ghanaians can't wait to see the actualization of it.
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