Ignore Minority’s call for BOST CEO ‘s interdiction – Staff

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Some staff of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST), say they will resist attempts by the Minority in Parliament to have their Chief Executive Officer (CEO) interdicted over the sale of contaminated fuel.

The Minority had argued that the transaction between BOST and two unlicensed companies, Movenpiina and Zup Oil, which led to the distribution of about 5 million litres of contaminated fuel, was fraught with irregularities and possible corruption to the tune of 14.25 million cedis.

But the staff of BOST in a petition addressed to the Minister of Energy, Chief of Staff, and the Minister of National Security, dismissed these suggestions, arguing that “the sale of off-spec product is not new to the operations of BOST.”

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