The Member of Parliament for Tamale Central constituency, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini has advised public transport drivers to if possible park their vehicles and take a nap if exhausted during a long journey.
According to him, that would curb the carnage on Ghana's roads after expressing worry of why so many people die through road accidents in Ghana.
Speaking in an interview with NEAT FM’s morning show ‘Ghana Montie’, he said government through the Ministry of Roads And Highways needs to regulate the movement of buses on the roads in the evening.
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"Drivers drive nonstop and they get tired, they don’t rest. There should be compulsory stops on our roads so drivers can rest. Government should pass a law,” he said.
The former Minister for Roads And Highways comment comes three days after three separate road accidents – one in the Bono East Region, the other in the Central Region and Accra-Kumasi road, claimed the lives of close to 75 people, 35 of whom were burnt beyond recognition.
Inusah Fuseini however noted that some of the accidents can be avoidable if government put strict measures on our roads.
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