The Ghana Private Road and Transport Union (GPRTU) has effected an indefinite ban on preaching and selling in buses that they superintend over.
Kwame Kuma, who is the Director-General of the GPRTU in an interview, urged all Ghanaians to abide by the new order.
“All the people selling medicine in cars should stop. At the same time, the preaching in the cars must stop because we must allow the president’s directives to hold.”
“So we are pleading that each and everyone should obey what we are saying,” he said.
It was always an ordeal when you board a vehicle and people throw saliva onto your face all in the name of preaching or selling.
The Government of Ghana has taken proactive measures to ensure that members of the public are safe and the spread of the Coronavirus is curtailed.