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The leadership of the National Premix Fuel Secretariat (NPFS) on January 28, 2019 interacted with Liaison officers of the various Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) lifting Premix Fuel at Tema Oil Refinery (TOR).

The discussion centered on pertinent challenges as far as Premix fuel is concerned and the bottlenecks hampering the efficient loading of Premix fuel at TOR.

At the meeting, the NPFS cautioned all Liaison officers on the need to discharge their duties without the interference or connivance with Landing Beach Committee Members in breaking the law but rather uphold truth and integrity in their line of work.

The Chairman of the National Premix Fuel Committee (NPFC), Nii Lante Bannerman also communicated to the liaison officers present that, OMCs found culpable and complicit in acts that are deemed detrimental to the efforts of government will be taken off the Premix Fuel Loading schedule to serve as a deterrent to others.

The Administrator of the Secretariat, Nana Abrokwah Asare also encouraged the liaison officers not to hesitate in calling the NPFS on issues they will need clarity on.

The liaison officers were finally charged to take full responsibility as far as the transportation of the Premix Fuel to various Landing Beaches is concerned.

They were also cautioned to desist from extorting monies from the Tanker Drivers before approving allocations but rather help improve the welfare of the Tanker Drivers.

The NPFS promised that, this meeting will not be a flash in the pan but an initiative it plans to continue.

Source: Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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