Board of NPA pays courtesy call on the Asantehene

National Petroleum Authority Board

The National Petroleum Authority Board has paid a courtesy call on Otumfuo Osei Tutu II at the Manhyia Palace.

The Manhyia Palace visit was to officially introduce the Chief Executive and Board Members of the Authority.

Welcoming the delegation, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II expressed his appreciation for the visit and commended the petroleum downstream regulator for its hard work and commitment to making sure fuels consumed in the country are devoid of adulteration.

He said the important role played by the NPA in the county’s economic development cannot be overlooked, and therefore advised the Board and Management to make sure regulations and certifications are enforced for the greater good of all. He commended the Authority for recently embarking on activities to stop illegal fuel trade business.

The Asantehene assured the NPA of his willingness to offer counsel where necessary, to ensure they discharge their duties for the country’s good.

Mr. Joe Addo-Yobo, Chairman of the NPA Board, praised His Royal Majesty for his enormous contribution over the years toward development of the Authority.

Dr. Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, Chief Executive of NPA, thanked the Asantehene and added: “The Authority is on course in resolving the fuel adulteration issue with the deployment of technologies such as Electronic Cargo Tracking System and the Petroleum Product Marking Scheme”.


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