Samuel Amoah, an individual from the Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU), has encouraged drivers to overlook articulations from the Ministry of Transport, marking the 20% increment in tolls unlawful. The Deputy Transport Minister, Hassan Tampuli, has portrayed as unlawful, the expansion in transport admissions in front of a commitment with transport administrators. He said the traditional gathering between the Ministry and partners in the area has not been held to settle on any toll increment, ” We’ ve assembled a conference for the vehicle administrators to come to the Ministry for us to have that discussion and a choice can be taken.
Samuel Amoah communicated shock over the pastor’ s explanation, as the service had recently caused it to appear they didn’ t really focus anything on drivers. He uncovered the GPRTU had given the service a report for the update of tolls as far back as March 17, 2022, however they would not plunk down with them.
” Whenever the fuel costs arrived at the 10% imprint, we approached the service yet they didn’ t answer us. Whenever we arrived at the 40% imprint we actually had not heard from the service. As we were unable to look on for our individuals to utilize all their cash to purchase fuel, we chose to freely increment passages. We were amazed that after the addition, the service could then emerge and portray it as unlawful, ” he told Don Kwabena Prah on Happy98. 9FM’ s ‘ Epa Hoa Daben’ political show. Tending to the quick reaction of the service after the passage increase, he inquired, ” We didn’ t have the foggiest idea about the pastor could take care of his responsibilities really like that. We have heard him yet we will overlook him. Assuming he had answered our calls quite some time ago, we could never have arrived. “