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Possible transport fare increment looming – GPRTU Market

Due to the "critical climbs" in fuel costs kept in the country, the Ghana Private Street Transport Association (GPRTU) have booked a gathering in the approaching week to examine a "potential' increase in transport charge.

The move, heads of the association made sense of has become important to permit drivers compensate for their misfortunes because of the ceaseless addition in fuel costs.

Agent General Secretary Accountable for Tasks, Richard Yaw Amankwah, told the Ghana News Organization that following week's gathering is critical since their business has been gravely impacted.

"It isn't our doing. The circumstance requests it. We are additionally purchasers. At the point when fuel costs go up, it influences our business and despite the fact that we are troubled to increment transport admissions, it will conflict with our business in the event that we don't do as such," Mr Amankwah made sense of.

It would be reviewed that last month, Ghana kept a 20% addition in transport charges, a circumstance that ignited shock between certain travelers and business drivers.

As of now, a liter of petroleum is exchanging at a normal of GH¢10.10.

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GPRTU Ghana News Organization Ghana Private Street Transport Association Richard Yaw Amankwah


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