The Metro Mass transport company was set up to provide reliable and affordable means of transport for the people living in the country mostly for travelers from urban centers to rural areas. The Metro Mass Transit have branches across the country which includes; New Juaben Municipal Area, Sunyani Municipal Area, Cape Coast Metropolitan Area, Agona West Municipal Area, Ho Municipal Municipal Area, Bolgatanga Municipal, Birim Central Municipal Area, Accra Metropolitan Area, Tema Metropolitan Area, Kumasi Metropolitan Area, Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Area, Tamale Metropolitan Area.
An investigative journalist Osei Kwadwo ambassador, who is currently working for Angel broadcasting Network captured 300 Metro Mass Buses left to rot at the Kumasi branch ( Kumasi Depot Abrepo Junction) meanwhile less than 30 buses are on the road working in Ashanti Region. You can see from the pictures in this article that, they have removed some parts of the buses Only a few people in Ghana who work in the Government sector take good care of the public properties. So always private business grows faster as compared to the public. If the buses be A private company, they would have been repaired.
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