Commercial Transport Operators have resumed work today [Tuesday] after suspending its sit down strike on Monday, December 6, 2021.
This comes after a meeting with government involving the various transport unions at the Presidency.
The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) in a statement signed by its Genera Secretary Godfred Abulbire suspended the strike and directed members to resume work.
The Unions withdrew their services over high cost of fuel prices due to numerous levies on the community.
According to them, the development is affecting their work and called on government to reduce prices of fuel.
The strike left thousands of Ghanaians stranded while others ‘trek’ several miles to work and school.
The action also affected economic activities.