Inter-urban transporters met with the Minister of transport on Friday 3 November, to discuss about the increasing accidents that have been occurring in Cameroon and also to look into the ban of General Express.
The transporters cancelled their strike action while waiting to see the results of the auditing team sent by government to General express, who will commence with their mission on Monday 6 November.
Due to an accident which involved the company on 23 October 2017, 15 people lost their lives. Just in the month of August, 117 deaths were recorded in Cameroon.
Mebe Ngo called on the owners of travel agencies to make sure their drivers are apt for the job. Some 1046 out of 1117 tested drivers for eye complications, have difficulties in vision and such drivers hold the lives of passengers they drive at stake especially at night, sources revealed.
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