Some drivers have welcomed the marginal decrease in fuel prices but they say this is not enough.
On Tuesday December 7, Goil reduced fuel prices by 15p.
This followed a directive given to them by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo after a meeting with driver unions on Monday, December 6.
The drivers had protested the escalating fuel prices in the country.
They embarked on a sit down strike on Monday. Passengers were left stranded in most parts of Accra following the strike.
Subsequently, a meeting was called by the President to discuss the way forward.
After the meeting, Mr Akufo-Addo was reported to have issued a directive to the Ghana Oil Company (Goil) to reduce fuel prices.
But speaking to TV3’s Judith Awortwi-Tandoh, some of the drivers noted that the government could have done better than this.
“This is good but it is not enough,” a motorist said.
Another expressed similar concerns.