“We are aware that the fares will undoubtedly decrease. We are presently debating the margin of decrease. The following pricing window will open on Friday, December 16th, 2022. We will therefore have the clearest picture and the percentage margin for the fare reduction when the new prices are revealed. The whole picture won’t become available until the window opens on Friday. The broader people ought to notice lower transportation costs by Monday, perhaps,” Tampuli remarked.
Ghanaians were urged to hold their breath and anticipate some reduction, according to Godfred Abulbire, general secretary of the Ghana Private Road and Transport Union (GPRTU).
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