Transport fares to increase by 25%
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Transport fares to increase by 25%


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According to the GPRTU, a decision on the exact percentage at which the transport fares will rise has not yet been taken.

He told host Kwabena Agyapong that an increase in transport fares between 30% and 40% would have been ideal.


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