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Commercial buses in Ghana popularly referred to as trotro would from Thursday, March 26 reduce the number of passengers they carry per row by one as part of measures to comply with the social distancing directives aimed at preventing the spread of the coronavirus.

This new directive means buses that carry three on normal days will now carry two per row while those who take four per row will do three.

This directive was reached when President Nana Akufo Addo met with transport union leaders and owners on Tuesday.

However, the leaders of the transport unions in Ghana are calling on the government to reduce fuel prices for commercial drivers to enable them continue with the new directive until the country returns to normal times.

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