The Ghana National ambulance with the registration number “GV-537-20” seen in a video on social media being loaded with bags of cement is not part of its service.
the men assumed to be workers at a cement shop, were videod busily loading cement bags into the ambulance.
This act received a lot of reactions on social media with many critics
According to NAS, preliminary investigations carried out reveal that the said ambulance was in the custody of its supplier, Service Ghana Autogroup Ltd for servicing.
“The said suppliers had caused the Ambulance to be sent to its garage to address a minor fault. The National Ambulance Service had earlier declined to take custody of the vehicle because of the said fault,” portions of the press statement read.
Head of Public Relation, Simmons Yussif Kewura, revealed that a mechanic of the garage Nana Ofosu, after the repairs, drove the ambulance towards the Mallam-Kasoa-Winneba Road on a test drive, during which he employed the vehicle for his private purposes.