Social media couldn't keeps calm after the Inspector General of Police George Akufo Dampare and his boys stormed the streets of Accra to boldly rescue thousands of children from likely road Accidents.
According to a release on the official Facebook page of the Police, the Police quickly responded to the cries on the Accra Highway. The cry was From some thousands of vulnerable school children who were finding it difficult to cross the roads.
According to reports, some of those innocent Children mostly fall prey to road Accidents. Especially in the traffic. This mostly occurred among the little ones who try crossing the road without supervision.
Hardworking Dampare ordered the Horse Squadron unit of the Police to mount a barricade. They directed the traffic correctly. Anytime the school children pile up to 20 or more, they will stop all the cars and safely cross the Children.
Some of the children helped by the Police
The Police service have been hailed enough for this great innovation. Due to the success of this life saving exercises, they have promised to replicate same in other regions.
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