The Committee set up to investigate the contaminated fuel saga at the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST) will continue its work in spite of Bureau of National Investigation (BNI) and the National Petroleum Agency’s (NPA) report clearing the Managing Director, according to the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
BOST came under the spotlight when it was revealed that it had sold 5 million litres of contaminated products to unlicensed companies in a deal that several observers claim cost the nation millions of cedis.
A BNI and National Security report cleared the current CEO of BOST of any wrongdoing in the matter, and those comments were echoed by Boakye Agyarko at a press conference.
This conclusion was made before the 9-member Committee set up to investigate the matter had commenced their probe.
There had been calls from the Minority for the current MD to step aside for investigations to proceed without external influence.
But the Energy Minister stated at the press conference that “on the basis of previous practice, there was no wrongdoing at BOST on the sale of the 5 million litres of contaminated products,” based on