Some passengers have been left stranded following a sit-down strike embarked upon by Metro Mass Transit drivers in Cape Coast in the Central Region.

 The drivers on Monday, December 16, 2019, following what they described as poor conditions of service, refused to move their cars.

Speaking in an interview with Adom News, the Cape Coast Union Chairman, Mr Joshua Addae said the drivers’ salaries and insurance packages are not being paid.

“We are going to continue with this strike if our concerns are not addressed,” he said angrily.

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Some of the drivers also accused management of not performing regular maintenance works on their buses which are putting their lives in danger.

“Some buses have been packed at the entrance of the metro mass transit Cape Coast station for the past two years coupled with poor sanitation issues,” they lamented.

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They are, thus, calling for the dismissal of the Metro Mass transit Management.