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Madina MP, Francis Sosu Arrested For Reckless Driving

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The police have arrested Francis Xavier Sosu, Member of Parliament for Madina, for alleged reckless and inconsiderate driving.

 

Our Police sources said the lawmaker was arrested on 3rd November, 2022 after he was seen driving in the middle of the road around the Airport in his vehicle with registration number GB-9776-21 with no regard for law-abiding pedestrians and other road users.

 

According to our sources, his vehicle has been impounded by the police, and he has been charged to appear in court.

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