“Preaching inside ‘trotro’ is a crime in Ghana” – Lawyer proves by quoting the constitution


Anybody who has boarded a public transport bus commonly known as ‘ tro tro’ has certainly encountered a preacher man sharing the word of God in the vehicle.

Surprisingly, this act of evangelism has been labeled as a crime in the constitution of Ghana, a law that many Ghanaians did not know.


A video surfacing on social media captures a legal practitioner quoting articles in the constitution of Ghana to back the claim .

According to the lawyer , preaching in a moving vehicle is considered as illegal in the country under the public transport act since it hinders on the rights of other people in the vehicle.

This way of sharing the gospel has became a norm in the lives of almost all Ghanaians .

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