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"My Stickers Ain’t License, Arrest Cars With My Picture As Road Worthiness Certificate" - Asantehene


The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has charged the Ghana Police Service and National Road Safety Authority to arrest all motorists using his picture(s) as road worthiness certificate on their vehicle(s).


According to him, the stickers are not licensed.


In a video sighted by Thinknewsonline.com, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II said "Manhyia has not given out stickers to any driver to paste on his or her car(s). The Police and National Road Safety Authority, I have not issued any letter saying allow certain vehicles to pass without being checked"


He added that all vehicles spotted with stickers having my pictures should be arrested.


"My pictures are easy to get and with the spate at which deviant behaviours are on the rise, any bad person can use my picture to commit an offense" he noted.


"Even his own car has not got my photos. Is my photo a license?" the Asantehene quizzed.


It is emerging that some road users have come up with new strategies of pasting pictures of some chiefs as stickers on their cars.


The new trend helps these drivers to drive through police checkpoints, dodge traffic among others without being checked or stopped.


Watch the video below:

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

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