MTTD personnel stationed on the Madina-Adenta Highway

MTTD personnel stationed on the Madina-Adenta Highway

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The Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service, has mandated the Greater Accra regional MTTD command to position more men on the Adenta-Madina-Aburi road to control over speeding and other road offenses.

The order follows the increase in road accidents on that stretch which has largely resulted in deaths.

Director General of the Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service, COP Christian Tetteh Yohuno, who was speaking at the opening ceremony of a ten-day training program for accident investigators and prosecutors noted this.

“We entreat the Regional Commander of the MTTD to position some men on that highway to check over speeding. At least that will be a temporary measure we can adopt now.”

“So, with immediate effect, I am instructing the MTTD to do so because we don’t have to wait for more lives to be lost due to over speeding. This is what we are doing to check the drivers”, he noted.

 

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