Remove broken-down vehicles from Ghana's streets
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Remove broken-down vehicles from Ghana's streets


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The Bureau of Public Safety has reiterated calls on relevant authorities to clear broken-down vehicles from Ghana's roads as they pose danger to commuters.

Commercial vehicles and taxis were to pay GHS40, minibuses were to pay GHS80, while heavy-duty trucks were to pay between GHS80 and GHS200 annually, depending on their tonnage.

The Executive Director of the Bureau of Public Safety, Nana Yaw Akwada in a Citi News interview said the conversation on towing vehicles must be revisited.


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