The National Road Safety Commission has come out to defend Mr. Gabby Adu-Gyamfi, a recognized and approved Ambassador for the Commission after the DCE for Akyemansa cancelled a planned education workshop scheduled to take place in Akyem Ofoase.
Central and Western Regional Manager of the Road Safety Commission (RSC), Mr Thomas Bismark Boakye who rubbished allegations being circulated in some local media networks that Gabby Adu-Gyamfi is not genuine, indicated that, the allegation is false and that Gabby Adu-Gyamfi, a road crash victim is an ambassador of the Commission.
There are claims that, Mr. Adu Gyamfi who has worked with the Commission alongside MTTU and DVLA for a very long time is a self-styled Road Safety ambassador so his normal education workshop scheduled to take place at Akyem Ofoase in the Akyemansa district was cancelled by the DCE.
Mr Thomas Bismark Boakye called on all stakeholders to participate fully any time Mr. Gabby Adu Gyamfi organizes such workshops for motor riders.
Meanwhile, in a letter introducing Mr. Adu Gyamfi to the DVLA Director, Ing. Mrs May Obiri Yeboah, Executive Director for Road Safety Commission also confirmed his position as the Commission’s ambassador and not a self-styled one as speculated by some people including the said DCE.
Another letter of introduction in reference to a letter from NRSC dated 20th April 2017 ALSO introduced Adu Gyamfi, a road crash victim to the all stations.
In the said letter signed by the Director, Driver Training, Testing and licensing, C. W. Musah on behalf of the Chief Executive of DVLA, he stated that, “Mr Gabby has a passion to educate and mobilize drivers and riders for compliance of the law. We therefore urge you to accord him all necessary assistance and cooperation.”
However, the scheduled workshop according to NRSC will come on as planned and indicated that the DCE must allow their ambassador to work.