Ghanaians are becoming what anyone will describe as indisciplined looking at how some events keep occurring while others keep repeating. This current one sees a commercial vehicle driver telling a broadcast journalist and managing director of Citi TV, Samuel Attah-Mensah to collect his pee if he sees something wrong with it.
One must know that there are laws against indiscriminate and open defecation in Ghana and as such it is offensive to see anyone urinating in the open not to talk of doing it on one of the country’s major roads in the capital city, Accra.
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The driver of the Benz Sprinter with registration number GN-3073-14 has even the nerves to call the media to do the unthinkable while he drives in his vehicles away. Mr. Attah-Mensah who is popular as Sammens among his work folks calls on the Ghana Police Service to take the necessary actions to discipline the said driver so that such things won’t be repeated among the populace in the future.
We only hope that the Police Service answers this call for the Ghanaian people to feel safe and not exposed to diseases from the actions of others.
Watch the driver’s action as Samuel Attah-Mensah records from behind:
This trotro driver stopped right in front of me at Alajo junction to pee and when I confronted him he told me to come collect the pee if I'm against it and he added .."nkwasiasem aaakwa". @GhPoliceService pic.twitter.com/423hu3Q3gV
— Sam Attah-Mensah (@Sammens) October 26, 2021