Hawkers at various toll booths in Ghana have expressed their frustrations and dissatisfaction following the closure of toll booths on Thursday, November 18.
According to them, they are against the decision taken by government citing the unemployment rate and hardship in the country.
To them, the decision would have dire effects on their lives, as most of them hawk at the toll booth to feed themselves, families, children and cater for their school expenses.
A hawker who spoke to the media expressed frustrations and urged the government to rescind the decision because that is the only place she hawks to pay her school fees and bills.
The Minister of Roads and Highways on November 18 stopped the operational duties of toll collection after Finance Minister announced before Parliament that the government had abolished road tolls on various public roads and bridges.
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