Monday, 27 November 2017

Minister Mebe Ngo'o Lifts Sanctions Placed On General Express


The Minister of Transport Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo'o has uplifted the three months suspension he placed on General Express, following its October 23rd accident that killed 15 persons and injured dozens.

Minister Mebe Ngo'o had slammed General Express with a three months suspension on October 24th, but on Oct. 26, the Interurban Transport Drivers Union threatened to park their buses in an unending strike action, if the suspension is not revoked.

They were invited to a meeting whose resolutions were taken behind closed doors, and since then, they have been silent.

General Express too on its part was doing a semblance professional briefings, educating their staff on road usage principles, which probably worked in their favour, and had Minister Mebe Ngo'o uplift their sanction just after one month, claiming that 'corrective actions have been implemented as per audit.'

General Express had been involved in series of accidents, since the start of the year, killing close to 100 persons.

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