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Complainant turns accused in license fraud


fraud.jpgA taxi driver and his car owner, Kwaku Asante, left the Takoradi
Central Police Station regretting that they had reported to the police
that another taxi in the metropolis had the same registration number as
their cab.

police impounded the two cars, both Opel Vectras, when it was
established that the person who sold the car to the taxi driver’s car
owner used fake documents and registration number in processing the

According to the records, the said vehicle, with
registration number GR 4164 S, and the chassis number
W00L000087N5104821 was manufactured in 1992 and originally owned by M3
Motors in Accra. It was sold to one Madam Barichisu Mustapha Saagbul in

But strangely, the documents of the two taxi cabs that
were sent to the Takoradi Central Police Station bore the names of Mr
& Mrs Joseph and Elizabeth Daniels of Box 1473, Takoradi, who
reside at West Fijai. This was transferred to one Joseph Eshun until it
was finally purchased by the current owner, Kwaku Asante.

the report, the two cab drivers were asked to bring their documents,
but the complainant returned to the police station not knowing that his
documents were fake.

Later when these were sent to officials
of the Customs Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) and the Driver and
Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) it turned out that the documents of
the complainant were fake and the registration number GR 4163 S
belonged to Madam Saagbul.

The police source said at the
moment, the Takoradi office of the Customs, Excise and Preventive
Service had the vehicles in their custody. They have warned the public
to be meticulous with their inspection of documents covering vehicles
they are interested in buying.

Source: The Mirror

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