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GPRTU Officially Opens Lorry Terminal For Barekese, Ejisu Travellers

The Atwima Nwabiagya North Ghana Private Transport Union(GPRTU) has officially opened Barekese to Ejisu lorry terminal for travellers.

The move according to the GPRTU authorities will ease transport burdens on passengers.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with the Atwima Nwabiagya North GPRTU Chairman, Mr Eric Peprah, he told NewstimesGh.com that, the executives of the union saw it necessary to create a lorry station to transport passengers from Barekese to Ejisu as a result of the trauma passengers go through in traveling.

According to him, most students do travel everyday from Barekese to Ejisu and vise-versa for studies.

Most of these students will onboard a vehicle to Kejetia and as well pick another one to Ejisu therefore by the time the students get to their respective schools, they are stressed up already, and this greatly affect their education.

Through a consultation with Ejisu GPRTU an agreement was made to establish a station to have a ‘straight car” for Barekese to Ejisu travellers.

The station car will use the route, Breman, Pankrono, Buokrom Estate, Sawaba, Asokore Mampong , off to the Kumasi – Ejisu main stretch.

This will aid fast movement of vehicles and as well as accelerate the works of all travelers.

By: Joseph Marfo

 

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GPRTU Officially Opens Lorry Terminal For Barekese, Ejisu Travellers

The Atwima Nwabiagya North Ghana Private Transport Union(GPRTU) has officially opened Barekese to Ejisu lorry terminal for travellers.

The move according to the GPRTU authorities will ease transport burdens on passengers.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with the Atwima Nwabiagya North GPRTU Chairman, Mr Eric Peprah, he told NewstimesGh.com that, the executives of the union saw it necessary to create a lorry station to transport passengers from Barekese to Ejisu as a result of the trauma passengers go through in traveling.

According to him, most students do travel everyday from Barekese to Ejisu and vise-versa for studies.

Most of these students will onboard a vehicle to Kejetia and as well pick another one to Ejisu therefore by the time the students get to their respective schools, they are stressed up already, and this greatly affect their education.

Through a consultation with Ejisu GPRTU an agreement was made to establish a station to have a ‘straight car” for Barekese to Ejisu travellers.

The station car will use the route, Breman, Pankrono, Buokrom Estate, Sawaba, Asokore Mampong , off to the Kumasi – Ejisu main stretch.

This will aid fast movement of vehicles and as well as accelerate the works of all travelers.

By: Joseph Marfo

 

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