The Coalition of Commercial Transport Owners have called off their sit-down strike some few hours ago ahead of their meeting with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
According to an official communique from the Ghana Private Road Transportation Union (GPRTU), leadership has been invited for a meeting at the Presidency, hence the suspension of the strike.
The GPRTU further stated in their letter that they will update Ghanaians on subsequent developments and the outcome of their meeting with the President.
According to Abass Imoro, the Head of communications of GPRTU, all commercial vehicle drivers have been ordered to go back to work.
The strike has negatively affected many passengers as many of them were left stranded.
These passengers were only left with the option of using ride hailing services or motorbikes as their means of transportation to their various destinations.