The Executive Secretary of COPEC, Duncan Amoah said the directive was “very problematic.
The Concerned Drivers Union of Ghana wants the 15 pesewas reduction of fuel on a litre at Goil fuel stations to reflect at other oil marketing companies (OMCs).
According to the Union, not all drivers will benefit from the reduction since Goil pumps cannot be found in every community within the country.
In an interview, the spokesperson for the Concerned Drivers Union, David Agboado said that the government has not addressed their concerns yet.
Drivers who embarked on the sit-down strike on Monday wanted taxes of fuel reduced.
These drivers want the government to direct other Oil Marketing Companies to reduce their fuel prices as that of Goil.
“The pump price is what we are talking about not one enterprise. If Goil has reduced theirs, all the rest must be in uniform but this an order to Goil alone. Meanwhile, some of our colleagues in other parts of the country do buy from Goil because isn’t everywhere.
” because of the possible effects on Goil and not sustainable solution and Goil will loose millions of cedis due the recent fuel reduction directives.