The industrial action embarked on by members of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Marketing Companies Association of Ghana has finally been called off leading to a sigh of relief for its consumers.
Members of the association embarked on the strike action to demand the lifting of the embargo placed on the construction of new LPG stations in the country five years ago.
For the past five years, no one was allowed to build new gas stations and members of the association were left frustrated after claiming they incur losses to the tune of 10 million dollars.
The LPG Marketers Association of Ghana in its statement called on all LPG operators to resume operations.
“We, the LGP Marketing Companies Association of Ghana, welcome the government’s decision to lift the ban on the construction of LPG retail outlets across the country. We are by this statement calling off the industrial action commenced on Monday, August 1, 2022, with immediate effect,” parts of the statement read.
The group thanked the government for listening to its appeal and lifting the ban.