The Chief Executive Officer of the National Petroleum Authority(NPA), Dr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, has paid a working visit to the Eastern Region.
The NPA boss upon his visit on Tuesday, November 2, 2021, interacted with Journalists in the Eastern Region as part of his Stakeholders Familiarization engagement.
This is the first of his visit to the eastern region as the Chief Executive officer of NPA
The visit also took the CEO to the eastern regional police Command at the regional police headquarters, Galloway where he discussed with the security capo issues of corporation between NPA and the Ghana Police Service in terms of providing security for industry players and help in the fight against fuel diversion, smuggling and other related irregularities that may occur in the course of doing business.
This according to Mustapha Hamid, would help them equip themselves with the plans and also solicit views from stakeholders to help the petroleum industry.
Hon. Mustapha Hamid also dialogues with the Regional officers of NPA, OMCs and other relevant players in the oil industry.
The senior lecturer in the department of religion and human values at the University of Cape Coast and former Minister of Zongo Development also visited some fuel pumps to check for compliance
Source: Kwahu Dehyie/ Freedom Radio