- Over 200 unregistered vehicles have been impounded by the police
- The move is aimed at clamping down on armed robbers
Following the shooting down of police officers by armed robbers at Lapaz in Accra, the Ghana police service has set up a special task force to clamp down on all unregistered motorbikes across the country especially in Accra.
This exercise has seen close to 446 motorbikes and 56 vehicles impounded with their various owners claimed to be under lock and key for flouting road regulations.
According to reports by the public relations officer of the Ghana police, the exercise has also seen two ladies arrested for the possession of 297 bagged substances suspected to be Indian Hemp.
Checks by YEN.com.gh reveal that the taskforce has finally been deployed to various vantage points on the streets of Accra.
Meanwhile, a one-week celebration has been held in honour of the police officer who was shot dead by the robbers at Lapaz in Accra as the said robbers are said to have been arrested as police reports indicate that they are nationals from Nigeria.
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