The immediate past Managing Director of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transport (BOST), Kwame Awuah Darko is ready for any probe into his work.

According to his personnel assistant, Edward Combat, his boss has nothing to hide thus will avail himself for any probe.

His comment is in reaction to the Majority’s claim that Mr. Awuah Darko also sold contaminated fuel to companies without license.

They alleged that suggests millions of litres of contaminated fuel was sold to 36 unlicensed entities and individuals between March 2015 and November 2016 during the tenure of the former CEO Kwame Awuah Darko.

The Majority in Parliament at a news conference in Accra Friday June 30, 2017 also accused him of cronyism.

This comes after the Minority in accusations against Managing Director Alfred Obeng Boateng that he superintended the sale of five million litres of contaminated fuel to Movenpiina, who in turn sold it to Zup Oil when both companies had no license.

They are therefore calling on him to resign to ensure the committee set up by the Ministry of Energy to do a diligent work.

But on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen programme Friday, Edward Combat said claims by the Majority is just diversionary tactics.

He indicated that, because the Minority faulted the current CEO for cutting shady deals, the Majority also want to do same to cover the rot at BOST.

Mr. Combat maintained that, Mr. Awuah Darko did a very professional work and is open for any kind of investigation.


  1. Nana did not promise us Equalization when he was campaigning to be president. It is sad this is happening under him, and they want to make a man who made BOST work well their scapegoat.

    Well, NDC’s journey to opposition was not an event. It was a series of events. First, Nana and Bawumia are borrowing, but we remember what they said about NDC…. when we refer them to their soundbites about borrowing, can they sleep? And please for the first six months, Nana is travelling too much! He should always be home to deal with these issues…like this Movenpinaa

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