The National Petroleum Authority in a letter approved the restoration of some removed levies on petroleum products in Ghana which means that the prices of fuel in Ghana will increase effective February 1, 2022.

According to the letter signed by Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, the CEO of the National Petroleum Authority, all Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) in Ghana are informed of the re-introduction of the levies which were removed up to the end of December 2021.

With this new development, the new Price Stabilization and Recovery Levy on these products, which are new levies that OMCs will have to pay hence adding same to fuel prices at the pumps stand as follows:

Petrol                                            GHC 16.00/litre

Diesel                                            GHC 14.00/litre

LPG                                                GHC 14.00/KG

 

Read the letter below:

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