The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has expressed that it expects to increment transportation admissions by 30%.
The raise will start on Friday, May thirteenth, as per the Union.
The choice was made because of the new expansion in fuel costs, as indicated by GPRTU.
The Union appealed to the public authority in April to eliminate different levies on fuel things to help drivers and workers, however President Akufo-Addo rejected.
Assuming that occurs, the President claims it will cost the country $4 billion in income.
Abass Imoro, the GPRTU’s Industrial Relations Officer, expressed in a meeting with Citi News in Accra that endeavors to contact the Ministry have been ineffective.
“We had no real option except to settle on a choice.” We had considered becoming thoughtful. We would have rather not settled on this choice, yet the organization wouldn’t work with us.
“Since fuel costs keep on rising, we kept in touch with the Transport Minister about our arrangements to raise transportation passages, yet we got no reaction.” accordingly, we will settle on a choice that will benefit the two of us. By next Friday, we’ll unveil the reexamined costs.”