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The State Transport Company (STC) is to extend its operation to Nigeria, the Managing Director of the Company, Nana Akomea, has disclosed.
Without any time line though, Mr. Akomea said plans were advanced for the state owned company to extend to Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country and biggest economy.
Mr. Akomea disclosed this last Friday, in Accra, when the Parliamentary Select Committee on Transport paid a working visit to the company.
The visit was to afford the committe the chance to have an insight into the operations of the transport company, note their challenges and to commend them for sucesses.
Mr. Akomea told the committee the company had already scheduled trips to Togo, Benin, Cote d’Ivoire, and will be venturing into the Nigerian market.
 
 

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