Gov't , GPRTU Enters Into Emergency Meeting Over New Transport Fares

Gov't , GPRTU Enters Into Emergency Meeting Over New Transport Fares

All transport unions are expected to be met by government on Thursday, January 7th for discussions over approved new transport fared as the prices of petroleum products remains increased.

National chairman of the Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU), Kwame Kuma has revealed to the media that the union is expected to come up with its projections in relation to the transport fares before the meeting on Thursday.

The passage of the Energy Sector Levy (ESL) by Parliament in December 2015 is reported to have triggered the fuel increment as the Ghana Road Transport Coordinating Council (GRTCC) have served notice that transport fares will go up at all cost, after a meeting with the Transport Ministry.

 

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