Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Mr Paul Boabeng Donkor, the Upper West Regional Commander, Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD, observed that a lot of motorbikes on the streets of Wa had not been registered.
He said that was illegal as the laws of the country required that every motor must be duly registered, insured, and licensed before accessing the road.
He issued the Statement in an engagement with the Media on Developments surrounding road accidents and rate of crime in some parts of the Region.
Mr Jonas Kansaabayel, an Ophthalmic Nurse at Maalu Vision Opticals, an eye clinic in Wa, observed that poor vision of drivers was a major cause of road crashes in the country.
He explained that some drivers had eye problems such as Glaucoma which led to poor vision and stressed the need for drivers and their mates to go through regular eye screening to ensure they were fit to drive.
Source: Info Radio