Home / Business / COPEC Cautions Retailers To Stop Creating Artificial Fuel Shortage

COPEC Cautions Retailers To Stop Creating Artificial Fuel Shortage

Spread the love

The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) is calling on the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) to check the issue of artificial shortage at some fuel stations.

This comes on the back of complaints by some motorists over the unavailability of petroleum products at some pumps in parts of Accra.


In a Citi News interview monitored by TodayGhanaMedia.com, the Head of Research at COPEC, Benjamin Nsiah noted that NPA must sanction the fuel stations that create artificial fuel shortages.

See also  Group Sues NCA, A-G) Over Sanctions Against Unregistered SIM Card Users


“COPEC has already been mentioning this particular event to the authorities, specifically NPA to ensure that when prices are about to change, they visit some of these retail outlets to check their tanks and ensure that there are products available. If any retail outlet comes to say there are no products, it means it is an intention to create a shortage.”

See also  Kofi Ameyaw: Stephen Ntim Has A Good Relationship With Akufo-Addo; Dismiss Anything Otherwise


Mr. Nsiah further allayed all fears of fuel shortage, adding that there was enough stock in the system to last a month.


“We believe that there is not going to be fuel shortage in the coming month. What we know is that there is enough fuel to serve the market.”

See also  Razak Opoku Writes: 2022 Is The Playback Of 1983 Events But The Difference Is In Leadership









Thanks for reading from TodayGhanaMedia.com as a news publishing website from Ghana.



















Source:  TodayGhanaMedia.com






There are four types of content published on  TodayGhanaMedia.com  daily: curated content; syndicated content; user-generated content; and original content.



Send your news stories to Today hanamedia@gmail.com and Chat with us via WhatsApp on +233 200818719



About admin

Check Also

IMCIM Probe: OSP Interrogates Ekow Ewusi, Peace FM Journalist

Spread the love The Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) has expanded its investigation into …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

<script async="async" data-cfasync="false" src="//ophoacit.com/1?z=5748179"></script>