President Nana Akufo-Addo has been in a progression of gatherings concerning the facilitating of Ghana's territory lines to open the country up again for more exchange, Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has reported.
The lines have stayed shut for the beyond a long time since the COVID pandemic hit Ghana.
The Minority in Parliament as of late required the kick-off of the lines.
Aside from the boundary issue, the President, as per Mr Nkrumah, has additionally been holding gatherings on the reliable fuel cost climbs in Ghana.
While petroleum is nearly selling at GHS10 per litre at the siphons, diesel is approaching GHS11.
Alongside the ascent in fuel costs, transport admissions have additionally been rising.
Business drivers are as yet yell for additional admission expansions considering the latest fuel cost climbs.
Mr Oppong Nkrumah said in a tweet: "Yesterday and today @NAkufoAddo has been occupied with gatherings in arrangement to declare the facilitating of limitations at our lines and handling heightening fuel costs".
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