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NPA Denies Knowledge of Fuel Station Compensation to Fameye

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The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has stated that it is unaware of any compensation paid to Ghanaian musician, Fameye, following an incident involving adulterated fuel at a fuel station. Fameye had claimed in a recent interview that he received compensation of GHC 25K from the unnamed fuel station after it filled his car with fuel mixed with water.

However, in a tweet, the NPA said it had no knowledge of any compensation paid to Fameye or the identity of the fuel station involved in the incident. The NPA is the statutory agency responsible for regulating the petroleum downstream industry in Ghana.

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According to Fameye, he had filled up his car with fuel from the station in preparation for a show in Kumasi. A few minutes after leaving the fuel station, his car started jerking, and he continued to drive until it stopped at a roundabout.

The fuel station involved in the incident compensated Fameye with GHC25,000 for the damages caused to his vehicle. However, the musician has refused to disclose the identity of the fuel station in question.

Despite expressing his frustration and disappointment over the incident, Fameye had not reported the matter to the appropriate authorities until he mentioned the hefty compensation package during his interview on TV3 New Day on Tuesday, April 18. The NPA urged Fameye to disclose the fuel station that sold fuel laced with water to him. Meanwhile, the musician’s car has been fixed.

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