Drivers in the Central Region’s Mankessim and Mfantseman Municipals have pleaded with the government to lower gasoline prices or they will raise transportation fares.
The drivers expressed their dissatisfaction with the constant rise in fuel prices, claiming that it has harmed their livelihoods.
The drivers claimed that they were losing their wives due to their inability to manage their time.
They claim that the fuel has caused them financial hardship and debt.
As a result, they want the government to take action to lower girl prices.
The drivers want to be able to provide for their children while still being able to pay their bills and feed their families.