After being caught up in a traffic jam, a former Ghanaian president took matters into his own hands and directed traffic.
Former Ghanaian President, Jerry John Rawlings was seen busily controlling a heavy traffic situation on the Accra-Prampram road.
The Former military ruler got out of his car to intervene on the heavy traffic situation that seem to have halted the road and brought the cars to a stand still.
Rawlings, according to a close associate, has noticed the indiscipline on several occasions and therefore decided to “step out and direct traffic and bring a sense of orderliness”.
He has since made a passionate appeal to a joint police and military operation to be posted to the area to manage traffic and ensure discipline.
Mr Rawlings was seen in a picture making some gestures to drivers and road users in the middle of the road.
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