Police arrest Nhyiaeso MP Stephen Amoah for alleged road traffic offence
Member of Parliament for Nyiaeso, Stephen Amoah, been arrested by the Police for alleged road traffic offence.
The Police said they embarked on an exercise on Tuesday December 7 to ensure that drivers comply with road traffic regulations.
“During the exercise, the drivers incharge of the following vehicles were arrested for the offences of careless driving, dangerous driving and causing road obstruction among others: driver in charge Toyota land cruiser v8 with registration number GN 5532 – 17, Mr. Joseph Brown,” the Police said.
DURING THE EXERCISE, THE DRIVERS INCHARGE THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WERE ARRESTED FOR THE OFFENCES OF CARELESS DRIVING, DANGEROUS DRIVING AND CAUSING ROAD OBSTRUCTION AMONG OTHERS:
1.DRIVER INCHARGE TOYOTA LAND CRUISER V8 WITH REGISTRATION NUMBER GN 5532 – 17, MR. JOSPEH BROWN
— Ghana Police Service (@GhPoliceService) December 8, 2021
Driver incharge Toyota land cruiser with registration number gt 7059 – 20, Hon Dr. Stephen Amoah.
2. DRIVER INCHARGE TOYOTA LAND CRUISER WITH REGISTRATION NUMBER GT 7059 – 20, HON DR. STEPHEN AMOAH
3.DRIVER INCHARGE TOYOTA 4 RUNNER WITH REGISTRATION NUMBER GE 303 – 2O, MR SAMUEL A. ANIM
— Ghana Police Service (@GhPoliceService) December 8, 2021.
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