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Transport Fares To Go Up Again as government failed to reduce fuel prices.

The NPP administration has angered the GPRTU and the Concerned Drivers Association.

The new move follows President Nana Akufo-categorical Addo’s rejection of the unions’ demand that the government abolish fuel rates.

Fuel tax elimination, according to the Transport and Driver unions, will help Ghanaians cope with the current high cost of living.

Akufo-Addo, on the other hand, claims that the levies will save the country $4 billion.

The unions claim that the government’s position pushes them to increase transit fares.

According to Mr. Amoah, the administration misled them.

“They [the government] kept dragging their feet and lying to us.” Now that they’ve acknowledged they can’t do it, we don’t think we need to pursue it any further.

“We’ve tried everything we can to get it scrapped or taxed less.”

But we don’t think that meeting can be rescheduled, and then we’ll all agree on the [percent] rise in transit fees,” he continued on Wednesday.

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