The National Vice Chairman of the Ghana Private Roads And Transport Union, Robert Sebah, has said despite the current controversy over the purchase of MASLOC cars, they are still interested in buying the 350 vehicles procured by the previous administration.
The vehicles, comprising 100 33-seater buses and 250 saloon cars, were to be used for commercial purposes. However, investigations have revealed that the vehicles have been left to rot at a parking space within the premises of the Accra International Conference Centre.
Speaking to XYZ News, Robert Sebah said they have appealed to the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) as well as government to reconsider the prices of the vehicles.
“We are still interested in buying the cars. As at that time, we were given five years period to pay the money. The current CEO when he came said five years was abnormal so he set it at three years. We’ve appealed to the MASLOC CEO we are still interested. We have pleaded that the government subsidize on our behalf”, Robert Sebah said.