Despite the recent development, 2M Express Limited has consistently demonstrated its ability to offer Ghanaians safe and dependable transportation to and from their numerous destinations, according to the National Road Safety Authority (NRSA)
In addition to having skilled human resources and logistics for operating a transportation business in Ghana, the private transport business enterprise.
David Osafo Adonteng, the acting director-general of the National Road Safety Authority, noted 2M Express does implement routine programs to ensure that its staff and drivers observe road laws at all times.
There are rumors that the 2M Express bus was traveling too fast and took a detour in order to crash, but this is untrue.
” This 2M Express we are talking about, our investigations are telling us that well, it will interest you to know that if you go to 2M Express, which we’ve been monitoring all time, they have installed cameras and systems to monitor their drivers 24/7.
“In rare times, I’ve been there and we [NRSA] have been part of the whole process where I visited and used the same system to monitor these drivers.” the NRSA boss pointed out.
Mr. David Osafo Adonteng on Joy News monitored by Kwabena Danso-Dapaah also allayed fears and described services of 2M Express as ‘save and reliable’
“We know their [2M Express drivers] speed, we know where they overtake, and where they don’t. We know where they stop and couldn’t stop for resting. All these are happening in the transport business”, Mr. David Osafo Adonteng said.
The management of 2M Express Company Limited has expressed their deepest sorrow over the unfortunate accident that occurred on the Accra to Kumasi highway on Sunday, March 26, 2023, and extends their condolences to the families of the accident victims.
Source: Ghanatodayonline.com/ Kwabena Danso-Dapaah