The Deputy Managing Director embarks on operational tour

The Deputy Managing Director of Metro Mass Transit Ltd in charge of Operations and Technical, Nana Osei Bamfo, has embarked on an operational tour to Takoradi, Cape Coast, and Agona Swedru regional branches of the company.

The tour was aimed at interacting with the staff to appreciate the challenges in their respective branches, as well as sharing with them the vision for the company for the year 2023 and motivating them to give their best. Accompanying him, were the Finance Manager, Emmanuel Obeng, Head of Corporate Communications, George Krobea Asante, and Assistant Operations Manager, Jahil Akoto. Nana Osei Bamfo stressed the need to get his outfit’s old fleets replaced with new buses since no transport company could survive in business using old buses.

He gave the assurance that the Government of Ghana, through the Ministry of Transport, the Board of Directors, and Management, are doing everything humanly possible to get a new set of buses to augment the company’s fleet and revamp its operations.


The Deputy Managing Director (Ops & Tech) lauded the Akufo-Addo government for assisting the company with some 144 new intercity Daewoo air-conditioned and VDL buses since assuming office in January 2017.

He also commended the Minister of Transport, Kwaku Ofori Asiamah, and the Board for their continuous support in ensuring an adequate number of new buses to support the company.

Nana Osei Bamfo also encouraged the staff to change their attitude towards work to restore the confidence of the Government.

He, therefore, charged the branch managers to ensure efficient utilization, proper maintenance, and regular cleaning of the buses under their supervision to ensure a longer life span of these buses.

The Finance Manager of the company, Emmanuel Obeng, made a comprehensive presentation on the financial position of the company. He admonished workers to desist from all forms of financial malfeasance.

He also urged them to accept and work with the various reforms introduced by Management such as the E-ticketing system, advance ticketing system, and capital projects initiated, among other initiatives. These, he indicated, will go a long way in improving the growing concerns and quality of their business.


The Head of Corporate Communications, George Krobea Asante, advised the workers to refrain from the attitude of sharing corporate information and putting classified information about the company into the public domain without authority.

He charged the workers to always resort to the company’s policy on information dissemination to safeguard the image of the company.

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