Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam, a former Deputy Minister of Energy, has revealed that Ghana will receive more metric tons of fuel under the Gold for Oil policy before the end of March.
He claims that Ghana will receive over 100,000 metric tons of fuel between March 21 and 30.
According to the government, the gold for oil policy is intended to help relieve pressure on the cedi and bring in cheaper fuel.
Dr. Amin Adam told Citi News that the metric tons of fuel the country has received in recent times have been more.
“Today, we are expecting 40,000 tons of oil and then on 21st, we will be receiving 30,000 tons of petrol and then on 24th and 30 of March we will be receiving gasoline 40,000 tons and 35,000 tons respectively and so the volumes that are coming have increased.