The Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association of Ghana is threatening to withdraw its services across the country if their grievances are not addressed.
It says the Ministry has sidelined them in the implementation of the cylinder recirculation module as directed by the President.
The implementation of the cylinder recirculation module is coming on the back of the recent Atomic Gas explosion which left many people injured, destroying properties running into millions of cedis.
The Association says several attempts by the Association to get the Ministry of Energy to address their concerns have proven futile. Vice Chairman of the Association Gabriel Kumi told Starr News the Ministry has up to Decemebr 13 to address their concerns of face series of action.
“We are also considering all constitutional and legal means available to us, as indigenous Ghanaian entrepreneurs, who have built the LPG Industry in Ghana with loans, overdraft and other facilities for the past thirty years to address our concerns”.