Some taxi drivers on Wednesday morning stormed the premises of some radio stations in the capital city to demonstrate against fuel increment.
Leader of the drivers union Yaw Berimah lamented they are worried about the continuous increment in fuel prices.
According to him, during the 2016 general election campaign, Nana Addo and the governing party came to the station and promised to reduce fuel prices when voted into power but has turned back on them.
Meanwhile, spokesperson for committed drivers another drivers union, Francis Appiah has slammed the demonstrators for staging the demonstration.
He alleged that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) hired him and the other drivers to stage the demonstration.
The purpose he indicated is to make President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo unpopular.
He further lambasted the NDC and accused them of being hungry few months in opposition and are bent on making the country ungovernable for the president.
He was emphatic that the current president will serve an eight year term before exiting the seat.