RE: TANKER DRIVERS UNION ISSUE ULTIMATUM OVER UNADDRESSED GRIEVANCES
The attention of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has been drawn to a press conference organised by the Ghana National Petroleum Tanker Drivers Union (GNPTDU) on Monday October 19, 2020.
Their grievances centred on five (5) issues as listed below:
1. National Petroleum Authority (NPA) should approve the 86 Gas filling station outlets which have their permits;
2. Police harassment at check points and barriers instructed by NPA UPPF Coordinator Mr. Samuel Asare – Bediako ceased with immediate effect;
3. Non-compliance of transit losses and refusal of the depot operators to abide by the at 20oC loading temperatures;
4. Non-compliance of 2017 memorandum of understanding (M.O.U.) signed by stakeholders on drivers and mates condition of service; and
5. Benefit of COVID-19 fund to essential or frontline workers.
We have reviewed the issues raised by the Union and responds as follows:
Read attached the NPA’s response
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