• Thu. Aug 4th, 2022

GPRTU calls for further fuel reduction; describe the recent evaluation as “insignificant.”

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has characterized the country’s GHp15 cut in fuel costs as inconsequential.

The Union promised to keep putting pressure on the government to abolish some obnoxious tariffs on petroleum goods, which it claims are to blame for the country’s high fuel prices.

Currently, depending on whose oil marketing company (OMC) one purchases from, some pumps are selling fuel for GH6.60 to GH6.80.

These values are based on a previous price of GH6.90.

Alhaji Abass Moro, the GPRTU’s Public Relations Officer (PRO), remarked on 3FM’s Sunrise on Monday that “the 15 pesewas is negligible.”

“GH1.50 is what we’re searching for.” We weren’t searching for anything like that. We want the national cake to be shared evenly in light of the current economic circumstances.”

“We’re still hoping and thinking something can be done for us,” he added. We’re looking for GH1.50, not GHp15, or something else acceptable.”

“GHp15 is severely insufficient.” The GHp15 will have no lasting impact on our life.”

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