Sometimes it becomes so sad the bad attitude some of the people in this country exhibit. How come an ambulance which is own by the state will be used to load cement and even if the cement will be used to do an ongoing project at the hospital it isn't right?
In news, today confirmed by United Television (UTV) government ambulance given to every Constituency in the country was caught on camera using to load cement. This news has trembled the heart of many Ghanaians who watch the morning.
According to the serial callers, those who are in charge of the ambulance should be arrested. Especially the driver, and those working in the ambulance.
According to the reporter, who captured the incident he was alone so he couldn't get close to the people to question them because his safety can't be guaranteed. He stayed far from them and did the video but he was able to identify where the ambulance is stationed and they are working on it with his team and the police to arrest those involved.
After his statement, the host on UTV Adehye Nsroma also reacted it is very good he didn't show up his face to them because the insecurity in this country is sometimes we can't talk about. Someone can kill you for free and it will take years without the person been arrested.
Watch the video here.
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