66 Artillery Regiment investigates soldier for assaulting cabbie


The 66 Artillery Regiment (Volta Barracks) in Ho, has commenced investigations into acts of assault by Warrant Officer Class 2 (WO2), Daniel Agbenyegah on a taxi driver.

The soldier was said to have assaulted the taxi driver physically for allegedly interrupting the work of a task force deployed for a clean-up exercise at the Ho Main Market on Monday, in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.

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Lieutenant Colonel Bernard Pantoah, Commanding Officer of the Regiment told the GNA that the soldier, who was seen in a video whipping the taxi driver in the streets, acted unprofessionally and had been withdrawn from the operation to the Barracks for investigations.

He said the Regiment had a very good relationship with the public and would not trade that for any unprofessional conduct.

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Lt. Col. Pantoah said investigations were already ongoing and that the soldier would be given “appropriate sanctions” if found culpable.


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