Twenty five motorcycle riders have been arrested in a swoop by personnel of Accra Central Police. The exercise which was conducted in the Central business District was to ensure sanity on the road. The riders were apprehended for ridding through red lights, without helmet ,no License and proper documents on the motorcycles.
The head of public Relations of the Accra Regional Police Command , Deputy Superintendent of police(DSP)Effia Tenge, who disclose to the media said 25 motorcycle belonging to suspects have been impounded. She said members of the public have complained of negative activities of motorcycle riders in Accra metropolis, and that culprits would be screened and those found culpable would be arraigned.
DSP Tenge stated that the exercise was ongoing to ensure that the road users and appealed to riders to abode by the road safety regulations, else they will be in police custody before they even know it.
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