The Ghana Road Transport Coordinating Council (GRTCC) has called on the public to disregard any announcement of 20% increment in transport fares.
“Transport fares have always been negotiated for and on behalf of all operators by the Ghana Road Transport Coordinating Council and the Ghana Private Road Transport Union, no single union or group has the capacity to determine the quantum of increase except the two bodies mentioned above,” the general secretary of GRTCC Emmanuel Ohene-Yeboah said in a statement.
“We therefore wish to inform the operators and the general public that the Transport Minister has
indicated his readiness to meet with the leadership of the GRTCC and GPRTU on Wednesday 11
May 2022, to commence discussion on our proposal for fare increase.”