Government ambulance spotted transporting charcoal and food items in viral video

By Majesty 2 Min Read

Social media users have taken notice of a video that shows a government ambulance being used for cargo instead of patients. The ambulance is shown carrying charcoal, plantains, and other items.

The video shows the ambulance filled with goods purportedly belonging to a private person in the Savannah Region, including detergents, bundles of charcoal, and plantains.

The ambulance was being driven blatantly against its original purpose when Chris Lloyd Nii Kwei, the Deputy National Organiser for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), came forward to stop it.

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Nii Kwei’s voice spoke for many others in the face of this abuse.

Government ambulance spotted transporting charcoal and food items in viral video

His obvious dismay highlighted the possible damage to the ambulance’s essential medical supplies.

“So, something will hit another thing, and the equipment will be damaged,” Nii Kwei remarked. Ultimately, further funding will be required by the government to address the issue. Some of these issues are beyond your ability to resolve locally, so the car will be declared condemned.”

His involvement exposed the potential impact on the community’s health services in addition to bringing attention to the misuse.

He stressed the domino effect, citing broken apparatus, financial burden on the state, and the imminent risk of the ambulance becoming inoperable.

This tragic tale serves as a sobering reminder of the vital role ambulances play in saving lives. It is an appeal for people to respect the intended use of these vehicles, directed at both paramedics and the general public.

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