Clement Atsu, the 22-year-old man who crashed his saloon car into Vice-President Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur's convoy on Saturday is set to be taken to court on Monday.
The police will ask the court for authority to detain him beyond the 48-hour constitutionally-mandated limit to enable the complete investigations into the accident, according to a report by 3news.com.
Driving an unregistered Daewoo saloon car, Atsu is said to have failed to heed the siren of the vice-president's convoy and had gone ahead to crash into a black SUV in the convoy at Gomoa Adams, near Nsakyire Junction on the Winneba-Cape Coast highway.
The impact of the crash caused the SUV to somersault several times before landing on its back in a bush.
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The affected vehicle is believed to be the emergency car for the vice-president and is understood to contain the guns and ammunition of his security detail.