In a desperate move to cover up the lack of maintenance which has grounded hundreds of buses at various depots throughout the country, Metro Mass Transit Limited (MMTL) in response to MyNewsGh.com publication last week, claimed it has a robust Technical Department that foresees the maintenance and repairs of its fleet of buses in order to ensure their safety at all times.
The response which was by crafted one George Asante, Corporate Communications Manager failed to confirm or deny if indeed buses had been broken down as a result of minor faults and whether there were attempts to sell them off as scarps.
A senior staff of the company who we prefer to call Atta Kwame for purposes of this publication has disclosed to this portal that all is not well with the company and is calling for an urgent need revamp it before it collapses.
Our source corroborated investigations carried out by MyNewsGh.com that most of the buses are not on the road due to lack regular maintenance and that it is as a result of some managerial lapses.
According to him, Metro Mass buses can be parked for 3 weeks because of common brake pads and engine oil defects.
Latest Ghana News Headlines
For today’s latest Ghana news, visit our headlines page Ghana news headlines.
“Metro Mass Transit management should just admit that all is not well with the company. Most of the buses are not the road worthy due to regular maintenance. Majority of the buses that are on the road also have poor condition but the workers are afraid to speak to it because of victimization by Management. My brother all is not well with Metro Mass, “he said.
For the benefits of our readers, we have attached images of the grounded buses in furtherance to our earlier publication.
Do you have a news item that should be featured on My News Ghana?
Please send to [email protected]. For advertisement enquiries, partnerships, complaints etc. please call +233 0545064096