Ghana’s Transport Operators Back John Mahama’s 24-Hour Economy Proposal

The Transport Operators Association of Ghana strongly endorses Mahama’s 24-hour economy proposal, viewing it as a pivotal shift transcending mere operational changes, fostering enhanced productivity and accessibility.


This initiative is believed to break the constraints of time, offering drivers increased fuel access, improved convenience for passengers, and overall economic advancement, endorsed by various transport unions for its potential to enhance services and perpetually engage governmental agencies.


read their statement below

Press Release… 13 /11/2023



As drivers associations the establishment of a 24-hour economy initiative signifies more than an adjustment in operational hours; it’s a paradigm shift that challenges the status quo.

This transformation will be the catalyst for heightened productivity, fostering a more responsive, and accessible government.

The 24 hour economy will encourage our workforce unleash a realm of accessibility previously confined by the constraints of time.

We the Transport Operators are solidly in support of this this proposal, we will get access to the fueling station at any time without fear of closure.

The 24-hour economy will dismantle the barriers of time and usher us into an era of unprecedented convenience for we the drivers, our passengers and the country in a whole.

The 24 hour economy will serve as a catalyst for progress and opening avenues for increment in economic activities and  improved public services.

With a 24 hours economy, Government will transition into a state of perpetual operation hence we can work with DVLA and others related agencies anytime.

We by this statement mentioning that, all other transport unions are fully in support of the 24 hours economy proposal.

Long live Ghana
Long live Drivers

Nana Owiredu, Deputy National secretary Concerned Drivers Association of Ghana
+233 54 037 7307

PRO True Drivers Union Yaw Barima

David Agboado National PRO Concerned Drivers Association
National Chairman Paa Willie Concerned Drivers Association Of Ghana
(024) 297-1025

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