The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has responded to members of the Ghana National Petroleum Tanker Drivers Union (GNPTDU) who are currently on strike.
The aggrieved drivers raised major issues that necessitated their strike.
The drivers raised issues with such as an embargo on the issuance of new permits for fuel stations over the past two years, police harassment at checkpoints among others.
The NPA in a statement said it has deliberated on all the concerns raised by the Tanker drivers and will ensure they resolve them amicably.
The NPA, therefore, invited the GNPTDU for a meeting to deliberate on the concerns raised.
Below is the full statement