Tanker drivers and Owners operating at the Tema Oil Refinery, who withdrew their services nationwide yesterday, have resumed work.
The resumption follows a meeting with the Minister of Energy, Emmanuel Amah Kofi Buah, at which a road map to phase off the old trucks gradually was drawn.
The agitated Tanker Drivers and Owners registered their displeasure with the National Petroleum Authority, NPA's, ban on the use of tankers that are over 12 years in transporting petroleum products.
Speaking in an interview with Radio Ghana, the Chairman of the Tanker Drivers’ Union, Eric Teye Amoako, explained what transpired.
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