The Savannah Regional Police Command has ordered people riding on unlicensed motorbikes to get them registered immediately before the law caught up with them.
DCOP E. A. Bediako, Savannah Regional Police Commander gave the order in a press statement he issued on June 16, 2021.
DCOP Bediako said in the statement that; “it is has come to the notice of the Regional Police Command, the rate at which some persons ride unregistered motorbikes in town with impunity”.
According to him the Command has also observed with grave concern how minors ( persons under 18 years) ride motorbikes in town which is also against the law.
The statement said the Regional Command is reminding the general public that effective July 01, 2021, police will embark on an exercise to arrest and prosecute offenders who ride unregistered motorbikes and minors.
The statement said the police would no longer tolerate the use of unregistered motorbikes and appealed the general public to register their motorbikes to avoid trouble.