The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has said charges won't be expanded until additional notification.
As per the Union,they are presently in conversation with the public authority and cheerful of concluding arrangements for the new passages by end of May 2021.
Public Chairman of GPRTU, Nana Nimako Bresiamah uncovered this on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen program Tuesday.
Some driver's associations have expanded vehicle charges by 20%
The expansion has been impacted by changes in the oil base goods by a portion of the significant oil showcasing organizations.
However, the GPRTU has encouraged its individuals not to build tolls until conference with the public authority closes.
Despite the fact that the financial conditions in the nation are adversely affecting drivers, he said the interest of travelers is additionally their anxiety.
Nana Bresiamah was hopeful government will acknowledge their recommendations and decline personal duty for drivers.
In a meeting on Accra based citi FM the general secretary of GPRTU, Godfred Abulbire,portrayed the said increase as out of lines to workers.
"When we are given the Freerhand by the public authority to change the passages the manner in which we need, you figure the GPRTU will expand it by 20%? On the off chance that you pass by in excess 30%, you are basically murdering your business in light of the fact the impacted really goes to the clients who put as in business. So we are aware of that."
"The individuals who have wanted to build the passages are the moment side,yet the GPRTU and GRCC cut across the entire country and the Mother body that has any remaining vehicle associations. Disregard the distribution since it mirrors the genuine choice of what GPRTU is haggling with the public authority", he reprimanded.