(AAA Transport inuagurates service in Ghana (pg 35)

The African Alliance Automobile (AAA) Limited, a Nigeria based transport company, has launched its West African route in Ghana.
The company, which runs a fleet of intercity buses in Nigeria would now transport passengers from Ghana, through Togo and Benin to Lagos, Nigeria.
In a speech read on his behalf at the launch ceremony of the company, the Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, Senator Musiliu Muhammed Obanikoro, said even though the establishment of the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) was to facilitate regional integration, its founders did not envisage that such difficulties would arise with the movement of people, especially within the transport sector.
Senator Obanikoro advised the management of the company to take their operations in Ghana seriously so that it would not add to the numbers but be among the best in the country.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company, Clement Mokedi, said the transport industry remained critical to the development of any country hence the need to manage for it well for the benefit of the people.
He said ever since the transport sector was deregulated in most African countries, there had been an influx of non-professionals into the commercial transport business, noting that the situation had led to the rendering of half baked services.


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