People wonder whether I’m male or female for displaying with motorbike – Hajia Police

Hajia Police-born Sa-ada Muhammed, the top female police moto rider in Ghana, proudly boasts about her exceptional skills and versatility on a motorbike.

During an interview with Nana Ama McBrown on Onua TV, the talented rider, also known as the ‘Don’t Rush’ crooner, revealed that her abilities on a motorbike often leave people questioning whether she is male or female.

She shared that even before she joined the police service, many officers were familiar with her as they had seen her riding past them at traffic lights.

Muhammed explained that upon hearing that she had joined the police force, her fellow moto riders were impressed and came to welcome her.

She recounted how her skills on a motorbike amazed them, as she could perform various maneuvers and styles that left them in awe.

She even mentioned that she could do things like picking up a blade from the ground while riding and was able to sleep on a motorbike.

Overall, Muhammed’s unique talents and fearless approach to motorbike riding have gained her recognition and respect within the police force and beyond.

Her passion for riding and her exceptional skills make her stand out as a remarkable and accomplished female motor rider in Ghana.

 

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