Some Online Private Drivers in Accra are appealing to the government through the ministry of transport and other related agencies to streamline the activities and operation of Online transport companies in the country.
According to the drivers, the influx of other Online transportation companies in the country is affecting them as the companies has reduce their prices.
The drivers said the companies of these digital or Online Applications platforms such as Uber, Yango, Bolt, Taxify and others are treating them unfairly since they are non-Ghanaians.
The drivers also complain that their business is unprofitable due to various regulations by their companies which they say is unfavorable to their operations.
They cite for example the 25 percent to commission to the company, reduced working hours and discount promotions for passengers as some of the issues they are unhappy about.
The drivers mostly from Accra and Tema came to the premises of vision 1 FM to register their displeasure.
The leader of the Online Private Drivers Raymond Appiah speaking in interview with vision 1 News appealed to government to put in measures to pegged the prices for all Online transport companies in Ghana.
Raymond Appiah also said due to unavailability of jobs in the country they are unable to stop working for the companies but with government streamlining it things can change for better.