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BYE-LAW TO BAN TRICYCLES (ABOBOYAA) FROM USING HIGHWAYS AND PRINCIPAL STREETS IN GREATER ACCRA.

The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Hon Henry Quartey has met with the Greater Accra Parliamentary Caucus of both NPP and NDC, Council of State Members, Representative from the Office of the Attorney General, Ghana Police Service, DVLA, Transport Unions, Ministry of Roads and Highways, Waste Management Service Providers, GUTA, Traditional Authority, Dean of All MMDCE’s and Dean of all Presiding Members to conclude stakeholder consultations for a Bye-Law to revive and ensure strict compliance and enforcement of the Road Traffic Regulations (2012) LI 2180, for Motorbike riders, abandoned vehicles on streets, and also ban tricycles (Aboboyaa) from using the Highways and Principal streets in the Greater Accra Region.

The meeting was held on 6th August 2021 as part of the LetsMakeGreaterAccraWork Agenda. Since Hon. Henry Quartey took the Regional Ministerial position, a lot of radical and stringent measures have been put in place to make Accra a better place to live. One of his remarkable achievements is the clearing of the Agbogbloshie market.

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