The fight against road accidents has been a very dicey one. Just as the country believes the fight is being won, then something happens. The past few weeks have seen some serious roads accidents claiming many lives with others sustaining various degrees of injuries. Education about how to reduce or end road accidents are always being trumpeted but it seems the situation is not getting any better.
It appears the new Inspector General Of Police (IGP), Dr. Dampare continue to boost the morale of personnel of the Ghana Police Service with the introduction of many initiatives. The latest innovation by the IGP is the introduction of shuffle services for Police officers accross the Country.
File image ( Police patrol on duty) It is mostly a difficult task for the Ghana Police Service to have criminals disclosing their sources of ammunition. The situation continues to be a huge challenge confronting the Ghana Police Service who has been fighting to reduce the infiltration of unlawful arms in the country.
The new Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has introduced Police shuttle services. In a post sighted by on the official Facebook page of the Ghana Police Service, state that the programme has been implemented in 15 out of the 16 operational regions.
VIDEO: Curvaceous Ladies Captured Giving 'Wild' Twerking At Ghana's Maiden Edition Of Second Service
Some beautiful and sexy ladies were captured in Osu, Accra giving a wild twerking at an event called Ghana's Maiden Edition of Second Service. According to a Ghanaian Blogger, known on Instagram as Ronnie, this event was organized at a free ticket for all. Meaning men and women did not pay any cash before they were allowed to enter.
At Forty-Two minutes past Seven this morning, the national ambulance service at Ejisu Municipal received clearance from the South Suntreso Regional Hospital in Kumasi to transport Serwaa Vida, a forty-five-year-old woman who is battling to stay alive for her family and children, to the hospital for emergency surgery.
It's been of much concern about how some Police personnel partronize commercial cars like trotro, uber or taxi to work. Some get to work very late sometimes since these commercial cars delays most of the time. According to a statement issued by the Ghana Police Service, it has now introduced shuttle services for its personnel and this initiative is meant to facilitate the movement of personnel to and from their places of residence to various duty points.
A viral video circulating on social media shows the Ghana Police Service busily removing car tyres, lots of trees and heavy objects from a road. Reports indicate that the residents of Nchaban had already clashed with the Ghana Police Service about three months ago over this same road.
The carnage on the country’s roads is assuming alarming levels as 13 passengers perish on the Konongo-Nobewam stretch of the Kumasi-Accra Highway. Many others suffered deep cuts and broken bones. The freak accident involved three vehicles - a commercial bus, DAF truck and a Man-Diesel truck.
One person has been confirmed dead and another seriously injured after a fatal accident on the Agogo Hwediem high street on Monday evening. The accident occurred after a collision between a private car a tricycle popularly known as (Prigya) or Mahama Kamboo. According to some eye witnesses, the head on collision happened due to overtaken.
Get a Ride home, a new business introduced by teachers in the Senior High Schools is booming as teachers defiles the President's statement " Teaching is not a profession to make teachers millionaires, one cannot be a millionaire in the teaching profession. Get a ride home is trending in all the Senior High Schools and teachers are cashing out of it.
Leadership of the Tricycle Riders Association in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region have welcomed the decision by the Ghana Police Service to enforce traffic regulations to curb the spate of road accidents in the region. This follows a report by the Motor Traffic and Transport Division, MTTD, of the Ghana Police Service which pegs 912 deaths out of 2,126 persons who have died through road accidents in the first nine months of 2012 to motorbikes or tricycles.
Samples of Gazelle light attack helicopter and Airbus 350 Nana Addo is set to deliver to the Police.
Nana Akuffo Addo is set to fulfill a behest he made in 2018, to revamp the country's security by equipping personnels especially the police, with some logistics to improve their efficiency. Yesterday news from the office of the president said the government has arranged to provide the police with three helicopters, two gazelle light attack copters and one Airbus 350 copter, and these rotorcrafts would be delivered to the police next month.
Gone are the days humans had to walk from long distance just to move from one town to the other . We all know the first means of transport is walking using our legs. From many years ago,where we could say the old means of transportation was probably a situation whereby people were using their foots to move from one place to the other in search for food ,shelter and even sometimes just to deliver a message one has to make a long trip to the said location and a whole lot just to name a few.
Air vehicle, a hybrid airplane car, is powered by a BMW engine and runs on regular gasoline. Professor Stephan Klein, the project's developer, claimed it could fly 1,000 kilometers (621.37 miles) at an altitude of 8,200 feet (2.5 kilometers) and had flown for a few hours.
Kumasi Airport is a national airport in Ghana that serves Kumasi, the Ashanti Region's city. After Kotoka International Airport in Accra, the airport handled 376,823 passengers in 2019, making it Ghana's second busiest airport. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has visited ongoing work on the Kumasi International Airport, which is currently 77 percent complete and due to be completed in June 2022, according to the contractor.
The President of the Ghana Institution of Engineering (GhIE), Ing. Prof. Charles Adams has called to question the attitude of most African governments towards engaging the services of local professional engineers in execution of developmental projects within their various countries, attributing it as a cause of Africa’s backwardness and its inability to solve the developmental problems it is bedeviled with.
GOOD NEWS: Ghana Armed Forces Clears 365 CHANGFANS From 230 GALAMSEY Sites near Pra and Offin Rivers
The prevention of illegal mining popularly known as "Galamsey", was one of the major agenda of the recent government, to protect the interest of the country. As a result, several measures were adapted to curb this deleterious activity which can lead to a lasting negative impact on the country's socio-economic development.
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(1) Any person who is in charge of a motor vehicle which is being driven or attempted to be driven on any road shall take all reasonable precautions to ensure that the vehicle, having regard to its design and construction, and the conditions in which it is being driven or attempted to be driven, is capable of complying with all requirements for safe operation as prescribed for motor vehicles under this Act or any other law made under this Act.