10 March 2014, Accra – Ghana’s The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has revised upwards the prices of petroleum products in the country, which is in line with the Authority’s plan to review prices of the products every two weeks.
The increase took effect, Saturday, March 1, 2014, saw prices inching up between 3 and 6 percent at the pumps.
With new increase, price of petrol has been increased by 6.25 percent. It will now sell at 255.00 pesewas per litre, while Kerosene saw an increase of 6.12 percent and diesel 6.00 percent.
Diesel sells at 265.00 pesewas per litre, while premix fuel increased by 3.45 percent, selling at 120.00 pesewas per litre. Meanwhile, prices for Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) remained unchanged.
– The Chronicle