The Petroleum Dealers Association (PDA) has called for the resignation of the management, legal department and board of directors of National Petroleum for the “shame” they have inflicted on the company.

The PDA’s appeal follows the state-owned enterprise’s apology for the confusion over an alleged $ 5 price hike on the 20-pound cooking gas cylinder.

Only the Minister of Energy is empowered to modify the cost of petroleum products.

In a statement, the PDA challenged NP’s explanation of how the price increase occurred.

“It became clear that the board of directors approved the decision to implement an increase in the price of LPG to the public, and not an unauthorized email from a lone employee to a dealership,” said the Association.

“The NPMC’s apology rings hollow, and it’s a ploy to hold onto their position – so to show our good faith, we call on everyone involved in this ultra-vire decision to immediately resign to the Minister of Energy. and Energy Industries, so that it can build confidence in a new team in the future, ”added the Association.

The PDA expressed concern that the NP operates as an autonomous body outside the law without regulatory oversight, adding that efforts to stem the tide of harmful and illegal behavior by the NPMC have fallen on deaf ears. ‘a deaf one.


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