In a press statement signed and issued by the leadership of the Association in the persons of Mr. William Osei, Mr. David Agboado, and Asonaba Owiredu and copied to Soiree News, the Association noted that this decision was informed by the increment of some taxes of the Drivers Vehicle and License Authority (DVLA) and the ports.
"As we speak, the service charge at DVLA has been increased to 15%, tariffs on spare parts increased to 40%, the tariff on Lubricants increased by 25%."
Due to the rapid increase of these services the association has called on all Ghanaians to comply with the introduction of the new fare on Monday.
Credit to Richard E A Sarpong, Father Casford, the PRO and Conveynor.
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