The National Road Safety Commission, has cautioned all passengers to be extra vigilant during this Christmas by scrutinizing vehicles they intend to board in order to reduce road accidents.
Mr. Kwame Atuahene, the Head of Communications at the Road Safety Commission noted in an
interview with Rite FM, that passengers should look critically at the status of the vehicle they intend to pick
and be very cautious whenever they go to the various terminal stations. He cautioned that, when they realize the vehicle they intend to board is not in good condition, they should alert the station master to change that
particular car immediately.
He further stated that it is not good enough, when passengers just do the cross sign and sit in vehicles thinking
God would see them through because it does not work automatically but rather speak up if they see the
driver doing something bad like over speeding or being drunk.
Mr. Kwame Atuahene mentioned that it is better for other passengers to tag they the complaining passenger(s) as
too known, evil or witches than to be quiet and have an accident.