Prof Henry Kwasi Prempeh, the Executive Director of the Center for Democratic Development has bemoaned how V8 users are allowed to misbehave in the country.
In a Facebook post he said V8 business continue to boom in the country because people believe they’ll be able to skip traffic and misbehave on the road without being stopped by the police.
He said he will be willing to vote for a presidential candidate that will promise to stop this menace in his or her manifesto.
“V8 importers, distributors, and car rental companies are doing brisk business in Ghana. Who doesn’t want to own, drive, or ride in a car that is exempted from rush-hour traffic and traffic laws 24/7. Police self dey fear! Great for Toyota and the Japanese economy too! ,” he wrote.
“The candidate that makes a manifesto commitment to end this foolishness and is able to demonstrate that by personal example gets my very discerning vote in 2024. This is the least any leader who cares about arresting the increasing lawlessness and impunity in this town must be willing and able to do. Had more than enough of this crass auto-cracy. “