Drivers in the Ashanti Region of Ghana has boycott the sit-down strike calming they did not see any high increment in fuel, AfricaWish.com report.
Multimedia Correspondent OGEE- PONCH speaking in an interview with Nhyira FM stated that, Drivers in Konogo, Kumasi Metropolitan, Teac Junction and Obuasi are working as they use to do and there's no sit-down strike in the region.
According to OGEE, how ther drivers in other regions begin the strike, in Ashanti Region seems not to be the same becuase they are busily loading to places like Accra and other locations.
However According to the Coalition, the decision to go on strike was made during a meeting of the Coalition convened on Monday, November 22nd, 2021, in the Ghana Trades Union Congress Building in Accra.
"This is in protest of the government's deafening silence in the 2022 budget declaration on the abolition of the five (5) particular nuisance levies and taxes that we identified at our press conference on November 9th, 2021 at the Neoplan Station in Accra. We've decided to take steps to protect our livelihoods while also easing the agony of the traveling public.
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