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Ghana Police and DVLA Arrest Counterfeit Driver’s License and Roadworthy Certificates Dealer

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The National Operations Unit of the Ghana Police Service and the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) have worked together to arrest a man for a counterfeit driver’s license and roadworthy certificates. The suspect, Philip Oteng Owusu Ansah, 40, was allegedly involved in the production of fake licenses and certificates from his residence.

A press release by the DVLA has stated that upon a search of his home, officials discovered one Eminence Card printing machine, an Apple MacBook laptop, a hard drive, two pen drives, and an HP monitor. Additionally, 155 blank cards, four sets of ribbons, three driver licenses, and specimens of holograms for both roadworthy certificates and driver’s licenses were found and seized from the premises.

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Counterfeit licenses and certificates pose a significant risk to the safety of road users and undermine the integrity of the country’s licensing system. The DVLA has urged the public to cooperate with law enforcement officials and report any suspicious activities related to licensing and road safety.

This is a significant achievement for the DVLA and the Ghana Police Service in their efforts to combat the production and distribution of counterfeit licenses and certificates. The collaboration between the two organizations is crucial in maintaining the safety and security of Ghana’s roads. The suspect will be dealt with according to the laws of the country.

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