Pragya is Tourism – MCE

Pragya is Tourism - MCE
Tricycles, often referred to as “yellow yellow,” “Mahama Can Do,” “Adedeta,” or “Pragya” in Ghana, are more affordable to use as a mode of transportation than a car or motorcycle.

The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Asokore Mampong Municipal Assembly, Honourable Kennedy Kankam has said that tricycles (Pragya) in his municipality are an aspect of tourism.

Due to the fact that most people in his neighborhood commute using tricycles (Pragya), he declared them to be tourist attractions.

He said he is proud of the over 12,000 tricycles (pragya) in his municipal area and even keeps an eye out for more to arrive.

Tricycles, often referred to as “yellow yellow,” “Mahama Can Do,” “Adedeta,” or “Pragya” in Ghana, are more affordable to use as a mode of transportation than a car or motorcycle.

Mr. Kankam claims that the only problem plaguing the public is the fact that most tricycle riders disobey traffic laws, which needs to be stopped.

According to Honourable Kankam, pragya encourages tourists to travel to foreign nations like India, which makes it enjoyable.

Caution to riders

The Honorable Kankam stated that it is urgent to put a stop to some riders’ negative behaviors, including utilizing their vehicles for illegal activities, in an interview with George Opoku Mensah (Agudey) on Opemsuo Radio.

He asked trike riders to abide by traffic laws for their own protection.

 

Pragya is Tourism – MCE

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