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Regional News | Jun 29, 2004

Senior Police officer advises drivers

GNA

Ajumako (C/R), June 29, GNA - Commercial drivers and car owners operating in the Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam District of the Central Region have been told to up- date all vehicle and driving documents before they operate on road.

Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Mr D.A. Dankyi, who gave the advice at the first ordinary meeting of the assembly said he and his team of peace officers are "battle ready' and that drivers should safe guard against, overloading, excessive speeding, indiscipline and other traffic deficiencies, adding that such vehicles would be impounded until valid documents are produced.

DSP Dankyi said, a task force had been put in place that will soon commence swooping on "wee smokers, armed robbers, and other criminals within the district.

He has accordingly called on the general public to support and co-operate with the police to make the exercise a success by informing his outfit the whereabouts of these anti-social elements, adding that informants would be surely protected and covered.

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