Drivers should adhere to the street protection rules to make certain sanity at the roads, Mr Samson Oddoye, National Co-ordinator of Street Sense Organisation (SSO), a street protection recommend, has said.
“Members of the public, es-pecially drivers, must abide by the road safety regulation by avoiding speeding, wrongful overtaking, driving under the influence of alcohol and fatigue driving,” he added.
Mr Oddoye gave the ad-vice when SSO donated 1,000 reflective vests valued at $45,000 to the Motor Transport and Traffic Directorate (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service in Accra the day past to toughen them of their operations.
He mentioned the vests would lend a hand toughen visibility amongst person-nel in visitors control.
Mr Oddoye expressed fear on how an MTTD policewoman was once run over through a driving force, including that with those vests, the person-nel could be visual all over street visitors control.
The National Co-ordinator of SSO said that many of the recorded street crashes within the nation had been because of human error and no longer abiding through the security rules.
He wired the desire to teach the general public on street questions of safety to make certain that lives and houses had been stored.
“As part of our efforts to help improve road safety along the United Nations Decade Action on Road Safety, we work with various international and national stake-holders to conduct research on pressing road safety related issues and advise,” Mr Oddoye added.
Mr Oddoye recommended the Police Service for his or her contribu-tion in making sure that lives had been secure even on the expense of their very own lives.
He suggested them to use the vests for his or her supposed goal and deal with them smartly to extend their lifespan.
The Director-General of the Commissioner of Police (COP) of the MTTD, Ebenezer Doku, who won the donation on behalf of the Ghana Police Service, com-mended SSO for his or her gesture.
He confident control of the SSO that the pieces could be used for its supposed goal.
Author: Ghanaian Times