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‘Transport Fares Have Not Been Increased’ – GPRTU

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has denied that it will raise transportation rates by 30%.

According to several online sources, public transportation fee increases of at least 30% will go into effect on September 21, 2022. However, the GPRTU PRO Abass Ibrahim Imoro strongly denied the article, claiming that the union had not increased rates by 30% as claimed.

He went on to say that the True Drivers’ Union is to blame for the announced 30% increase in transportation costs.

Meanwhile, the Concerned Drivers Association has postponed the implementation of a 30% increase in transit fees until September 21, 2022.

Last week, the Association and the True Drivers Union announced a 30% increase in transportation costs. They claimed that the planned increase was caused by rising gasoline and replacement component costs, as well as the government’s poor economic management.


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