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UW: Ghana Police Service cautions against 2 people sitting on motorbike after 9pm

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The Upper West Regional Police Command has issued a stern warning discouraging 2 individuals from using a single motorbike after 9pm. The Police has also warned riders who use their mobile phones while riding and those who ride without helmets to be cautious, as they would be brought to book.

The Upper West Regional Police Command also said as part of measures to prevent motorbike theft, the police would not tolerate excuses when dealing with users who ride unregistered motorbikes.

This was contained in a statement issued by the Public Relations Officer of the Upper West Regional Police Command, Chief Inspector Gideon Ohene Boateng and copied to A1 Radio.

“As part of its routine duty core, The Upper West Regional Police Command embarked on operation in various areas within the Wa Municipality to curb the menace posed by miscreants. The operation which seeks to address mainly the distress of motorbikes pilfering and other related misconducts brought to fore the arrest of nineteen (19) motorbikes both registered and unregistered in the Wa Municipality.”

“The Command has also observed that, some culprits when arrested give a fragile excuse that “their number plate just fell off. Such excuses should be reported to the nearest Police Station for extract to be sent to the Drivers and Vehicular Licenses Authority (DVLA) for assistance. A failure to adhere to the instruction is liable for prosecution.,” the statement said.

The statement continued to say “the Regional Police Command however wishes to warn users of motorbikes to be wary of the operations of miscreants and to also observe the Road Safety Regulations to prevent being caught up with the law. The Command also wishes to extend its admonition to the general public on the following; two young persons on a motorbike in the night from 9 pm is temporary not permitted.”

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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