The Government has presented 109 vehicles to the Ghana Police Service as part of efforts to equip security agencies with logistics.
The vehicles comprise 16 buses, five towing trucks, four water tanks, 50 Toyota Hilux pickups, five ambulances, 10 Toyota V8s, and 19 Toyota troopers.
This is the 4th of such presentation, bringing the total of vehicles procured for the police services to 481 since 2017.
Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, who presented the vehicles to GPS in Accra last Thursday, assured the service that the government has procured additional 109 vehicles which would arrive in the country very soon.
The Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Mr. James Oppong-Boanuh, applauded the government for its tremendous efforts to logistically and financially resource the police service to ensure law and order are maintained in Ghana.
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