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Driver unions set to stop their services on Thursday if gov’t doesn’t reduce fuel prices

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Driver unions set to stop their services on Thursday if gov’t doesn’t reduce fuel prices

Sixteen driver associations in Ghana are requesting that the public authority scrap some expenses on oil-based goods.

As indicated by the associations, they have recognized something like five expenses that they accept fill no helpful need.

They say should their alert go unnoticed, they will be compelled to pull out their administrations on Thursday at 3 pm.

At present, a liter of petroleum and diesel as of now sells at ¢6.90 at significant oil advertising organizations the nation over. The driver associations say they can’t keep on enduring such excessive costs.

The public authority has since the new climbs in costs declared the suspension of two tolls for the following two months, yet the associations say this is insufficient.

They need the energy obligation recuperation demand, the Road store demand, Energy area demand, Sanitation toll, and Special petrol demand, rejected.

The driver associations being talked about incorporate; Tipper Truck Association, Articulated Drivers Association, Ghana Private Road and Transport Union (GPRTU), Ghana National Cargo Transport Association, Ghana Committed Drivers Association, True Drivers Union, and Digital Drivers Union.

Source: Docupdates.com

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