Zionfelix Narrates His Encounter With A "Difficult" Police Officer: "He Wasted My Time"

Zionfelix Narrates His Encounter With A "Difficult" Police Officer: "He Wasted My Time"

  • Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix shared a video recounting his ordeal with a police officer at Kasoa over his driver's license recently
  • Zion said he did not have his physical driver's license in the car he was driving and explained to the policeman that he had a photo of it on his phone
  • But the police officer failed to accept Zion's excuse and asked him to take his car to the station until he produced the actual license

Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix has shared a video narrating his encounter with a police officer at Kasoa in the Awutu Senya East Municipal District of the Central Region of Ghana.

In a video, he narrated that on Friday, September 8, 2023, he was going to Suhum in the Eastern region to meet a physically challenged person, so he asked his driver to wash the car while he drove another vehicle to sort out an issue he had with a new MTN SIM he had bought.

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"When the police stopped me, he asked for my driver's license and I told him it was in another car since I only came to solve the challenge with the SIM card. He said he would not take the explanation since my license should always be with me."
ZionFelix narrates his encounter with a Police officer
A collage of ZionFelix and the crest of the Ghana Police Service. Photo credit: @ZionFelix Entertainment News (Facebook) and @GhPoliceService (Twitter)
Source: UGC

According to him, he even went on to show the police officer a shot of the license on his phone but the man said he prefers to see the physical card.

"Then he said I should go park the car at the police station and bring the card before I take my license. I admit he was doing his work but he should have been understanding."

Another police escorted him to the station to park his car. He only got his car back after he brought his driver's license and showed it to them.

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Zionfelix added that aside from meeting a physically challenged person in Suhum, he was also going to meet the chiefs of the area. When he got there the chiefs had left.

"There were some chiefs in Suhum waiting for me. But because of that incident, they had left when I got there. It looked like I had disrespected the chiefs."

Watch the video below:

Comments on the video shared by Zionfelix

Read some of the reactions by social media users to the post he made.

@Zaki Wise Zaki said:

My brother, you must applaud the officer. What you thought the officer would have considered and left is discretional. And so the fact that the officer didn't do what you wanted doesn't mean what the officer did is wrong.

@Zillah Maame Serwaa wrote:

Master u were wrong.....even in America the same thing.Some will take ur excuse.Other will even mess u up.come to DC with this ur excuse.And u will end up with about 2tickets.Zion law is law wai.lets all abide with their rules and regulations and Ghana will be a perfect place to live

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@Owura Kofi Hayford said:

Bro chill everything happens for a reason

@Wàn Addy wrote:

When ever you are moving a car move it with your driving license zion

@Sikapa B Ventures said:

They wanted some coins and u refuse to do that so time waste is the punishment for you

@McKeown James wrote:

Zionfelix Entertainment News please he wanted you to give him something for breakfast because it was in the morning

Zionfelix purchases entire cassava tubers in Central Region town for GH¢160

In a recent story, Zion gained attention when he attended a funeral in the Central Region and bought an entire stock of cassava tubers from a local vendor for just GH¢160.

A video shared on his Facebook page showed his amazement at the low prices compared to Accra.

Zionfelix finds a town where rent is GH¢480 annually

He also shared a video showing a town in the Eastern Region where the cost of living is remarkably affordable.

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In the video, he compared the rent in the area to that of Ghana's capital, Accra, and showed the differences between the two.

The monthly rent in the Eastern Region town was a mere GH¢40, summing up to a yearly total of GH¢480—an amount significantly lower than what many individuals in Accra pay for a single month's rent

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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