Good news to as Concerned Drivers Association suspends 40% lorry fare increment

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The Concerned Drivers Association of Ghana (C-DAG) has suspended its previously announced intention to increase transport fares by 40%.

The association’s leadership has urged members to maintain the previous operational fares for all journeys throughout the country.

The association, however, stated that it has not forgotten about the increase in transportation fares.

“We have taken into account the public outcry that followed our initial announcement,” the drivers said in a statement.

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They have scheduled a meeting between their members and the Coalition of Transport Operators, which includes the GPRTU and other major stakeholders, for Tuesday, January 18, 2022, to discuss the next steps.

The drivers are lamenting the increase in petrol prices, which they claim is forcing them to increase transportation fares or face bankruptcy.

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