A social Media user, Aku-sika Kpene in a video has given a vivid account on how passengers in a town called Babile in the upper west region of Ghana were asked to produce ID cards before continuing their journey.
According to her, the immigration officers asked them to get down from the Commercial bus and was asked to produce their ID cards.
She posted the video with the caption, “My experience on my way to Nandom(UW/R) to bury a brother. At a town called Babile, we were asked to get down from the Commercial bus we were in and asked to produce our ID cards.
When it got to my turn i told them i was not carrying any ID. The officer asked abt where i worked and the purpose of my trip and i informed him. My co travellers who were illiterates did not have it easy.
The big question is.
Which law requires you to carry an I.D. for internal travels?
An account of a Ghanaian.”
My experience on my way to Nandom(UW/R) to bury a brother.
At a town called Babile, we were asked to get down from the…
The immigration officer said, “Anybody without card should wake up and come out.
Those with Ghana card should sit but those who do not have should sit down. No one should do a mistake”