The Chairman of the Ghana Private Road and Transport Union (GPRTU), Kwame Kuma, has hinted that the Union will no longer allow preachers on their vehicles until further notice. This according to him is because some preachers spew spits on passengers, an act that has the potential of spreading the dreaded coronavirus.
He advised all passengers using public and commercial transports in the country, to stop engaging in political arguments, saying all are measures being adopted to control the spread of the virus.
Mr Kuma argued that some Ghanaians have the habit of engaging in unnecessary arguments about politics and football on commercial transports and by that means, saliva is spread from one person to another.
"My advice to passengers is that they should stop engaging in unnecessary arguments and debate when they are in commercial transport and rather have them when they go home."