Gov't dragged to court again over bus re-branding scandal

Gov't dragged to court again over bus re-branding scandal

Government has yet again being dragged to court by civil society group, Road Safety Advocates Ghana, over the controversial bus re-branding scandal. 

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According to the group, the branding breaches provisions of the Road Traffic Regulations, which require that windows and windscreens of vehicles should not be tinted in a manner to impair visibility. The group insists that they have no problem with the images used, but that the material used for branding the bus breaches the law.

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The branding of metro mass public buses at a cost of 3.6 million cedis caused a public stir after the story broke in December last year. The branding company, Smarttys Management and Production branded each bus for 31,000 cedis each.

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