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Land litigation, a hindrance to developing Madina Trotro Station. –G.P.R.T.U

Management of  the Ghana Private Road Transport Union( G.P.R.T.U), Madina branch has expressed their extreme worries over land litigation hindering them from developing  the area.


The over half a decade litigation on that piece of land is said to have caused stagnation in the developmental projects which was started couple of months ago.

The situation is said to be the nightmare of the management, commuters as well as traders.  The union management reveals.

The Madina Trotro station is among one of the biggest lorry stations in the Greater Accra Metropolis with over five hundred (500) registered  vehicles operating from there  daily.

However the under developed nature of the station meant that when it rains as well as during windy periods, the rains and  dust respectively serious hamper business and create enormous discomfort for commuters.

This has left many questioning the purpose of the daily Ghc 2 every driver pays for working in the station, an amount which can develop the area over time including titling the place.

But speaking in an interview with Ahotor News, the executive secretary to the Transport Union, Mr.Agyako Koranteng, says the management is  willing to kick start tilling the ground of the station but litigation over the parcel of land they working on is hindering them.
Mr Agyarko is  therefore appealing to government to as a matter of urgency to step in to pave way for the place receive the necessary facelift for good business. And mother Ghana.
Nana Yaw Addai Mummunkum||Ghana

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