Commercial transport operators have been called to put a halt to the ongoing strike over fuel prices.
The coalition of Commercial Transport Operators issued a directive to all their affiliate to embark on a sit-down strike following the rapid increment in fuel prices.
This led to many commuters walking to work as they refused to convey passengers in their bid to protest fuel prices.
As the protest caused great difficulties to reach their various destination another directive has been issued that they should suspend the strike.
The General Secretary of Ghana Private Road Transport Union of TUC, Godfred Abulbire in a statement said the leadership of the union has been invited to the Presidency to resolve the driver’s concerns
See the statement below…