Tema Port Haulage drivers up in arms against extra road worthy checks
| Updated Aug 31, 2017 at 11:28am
Haulage truck drivers at the Tema Port say they will not operate if the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority fails to allow them to work with their old mode of operations.
According to them, the GPHA has written to them on a new directive to ensure that a private firm in Kpone scrutinizes them for their road worthiness before they can load at the Port.
Speaking to Radio Ghana after a demonstration this morning, a Spokesperson for the Cooperative Association of Haulage Truck Drivers, Moro Kasum said the GPHA has not been fair to them.