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NPA calls for public support to fish out cheating fuel stations

The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) is courting public support to fish out cheating fuel stations in Ghana.

The NPA says while they are working hard to ensure consumers get value for money at the pumps, the public will have to give out information on cheating fuel stations for proper measures to be taking.

“There’s no doubt that we are careful and minded by the aspect of our responsibility that has to do with value for money, so we always move around to ensure that the right  quality and quantity are served to consumers”.

Communications Manager for NPA, Mr Mohammed Abdul Kudus said this in an interview on the Kumasi based OTEC 102 9 FM’s morning show “Nyansapo”.

“When complaints are made within 48 hours of fuel purchase, prompt investigations are conducted to establish the facts before the product is sold out, that’s why we have consistently called on the public to swiftly report incidents of suspected cheating to NPA”.

Interacting with the host Andrews Akuoko Karankye, popularly known as Captain Koda, on Tuesday June 11, 2024, Mr Kudus the NPA has over the years collaborated with the Ghana Standards Authority GSA ensure the right calibration at the pumps

“The NPA will find it difficult to be at all places all the time, that’s it why we encourage consumers to as much as possible give us information”

Mr Kudus added the NPA as part of efforts to offer optimum service to the public has open offices in the ten out of the 16 regions in Ghana.

Source: Ghana/otecfmghana.com/Jacob Agyenim Boateng

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