Eyes on the Ground: Soldiers turn 'mate' to ensure required number of passengers in 'trotros' - News Summed Up

Eyes on the Ground: Soldiers turn 'mate' to ensure required number of passengers in 'trotros'


Though there were exemptions for some groups including food providers and commercial vehicles, there were still some rules they must abide with. For commercial vehicles, for instance, they are to enforce the ‘social distancing’ rule that is, a limited number of passengers in the vehicle at every point. Its day one of the partial lockdown and there are several military and police personnel in various parts of the country to ensure the laws are obeyed. In some parts of Kasoa for instance, some military persons had taken up the temporary role of ‘loading passengers’. They stand at the popular bus-stops, make sure to observe how many passengers went aboard the vehicle and stopped any more when the numbers were going overboard.


Source: GhanaWeb March 30, 2020 15:11 UTC



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