MMT drivers reportedly refuse to work due to unpaid allowances
A furious passenger has narrated how state-owned Metro Mass Transport drivers refused to work due to unpaid allowances.
According to the passenger, Muza Nigga, who had a chat with YEN.com.gh, recounted how he and other passengers were left stranded at the Metro Mass Transport bus terminal in Kumasi.
He said they were at the bus terminal on Friday, January 4, at 4am travelling to Tamale but they waited up to 6:40am without a bus.
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He stressed that all the Tamale passengers went to the Metro Mass Transport office to ask why their bus was still not in.
He said they were told that the drivers had refused to work because their allowances had not been given to them.
He concluded that with time running out, they ordered for a different bus which took them to their destination.
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In other news, Metro Mass driver and his conductor have been arraigned before a court.
Tony Kwaku Bedu and his conductor, Samuel Larbi, of a Kpassa-based Metro Mass Transit (MMT) bus, with registration number GR 4417-12, reportedly loaded it with ammunition.
They were picked up by the Nkwanta police after they intercepted an SMG rifle and 3 packets of metal cache, consisting of 2,100 rounds of ammunition, at Nkwanta on the Kpassa-Bimbila road of the Eastern corridor.
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