Members of the Concerned Drivers Association of Ghana have increased transport fares by 20 per cent.
They cite the high cost of fuel in the country as the main reason for this increment.
Public Relations Officer of the Association, David Agboado said on the mid day news on TV3 Saturday May 7 that the new fares took effect on Saturday.
“We have started these new fares this morning,” he said.
He further revealed that they were called upon to start the new increment on Monday May 9 but he believes that it would not make any difference hence, the decision to start on Saturday.
By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana