The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has announced a 10% increment in transport fares.
Speaking exclusively to Amanie News, the Secretary of the Concerned Drivers Association, Mr Mohammad Yussif says the 10% increment was a sign of relief for drivers because the prices of fuel has been increased severally without taking effect on transport fares.
According to him, passengers have also reacted to the 10% increment which he says, it has not been easy dealing with them.
He also indicated that, according to the Ghana Private Road Transport Union, any driver who charges above the fees will be sanctioned.
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