Give us the station’s details so we can assist you – NPA calls out Fameye over his adulterated fuel tweet
The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has taken a commendable stance in responding promptly to famed singer Fameye’s recent ordeal regarding adulterated fuel.
The singer of “Nothing I Get” claims he received adulterated GHS 700 fuel, which has since ruined the engine in his vehicle.
The 2019 Honda Pilot touring model was damaged, and the award-winning singer revealed in a tweet on Thursday, March 16, that he has since spent more than GHS7,000 repairing it.
He’s unsure of what to do at this point in his life because, in his opinion, it seems as though the car can never be brought back to life again.
So few days ago ,I go buy fuel for one fuel station ,700 cedis,the rest is heart breaking They filled my tank with water mixed with petrol as I’m talking to you now my car Honda pilot touring 2019 model is spoilt Spent 7k already still not working!!! What do I do?
— peter (@Fameye) March 15, 2023
He has been urged to disclose information about the aforementioned fuel station by the petroleum industry’s watchdog, NPA.
The NPA has asserted that if the singer is unwilling to cooperate with them, there is no way they can assist in resolving the issue.
The NPA revealed in a six-point post on Twitter that it had already contacted the singer, but that his camp was not ready to get involved and had instead decided to handle the situation on their own by using social media.
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“The unwillingness of Fameye’s management to cooperate with the NPA’s Consumer Services Department by providing key information, such as the name and location of the retail outlet in question makes it impossible for the Authority to proceed with investigation into the case.
“Fameye’s management team further stated that it would handle the case by itself,” read a portion of the post.
Read the full response from NPA to Fameye below;
NPA’S RESPONSE TO FAMEYE’S ‘ADULTERATED’ FUEL TWEET
@NPAGhana has sighted the tweet of music artist Peter Bozah alias Fameye, alleging that he had bought fuel laced with water resulting in a damage to his Honda Pilot Touring car.
Upon reading the tweet, the Consumer Services Department of NPA on Wednesday, March 15, 2023 at 04:39 pm and Thursday, March 16, 2023 at 12:31 pm reached out to Fameye’s management to assist with investigations.
The unwillingness of Fameye’s management to cooperate with the NPA’s Consumer Services Department by providing key information, such as the name and location of the retail outlet in question makes it impossible for the Authority to proceed with investigation into the case.
Fameye’s management team further stated that it would handle the case by itself.
It is worth emphasizing that without the name and location of the alleged retail outlet, the NPA is unable to assist Fameye in this instance
The management of Fameye can reach out to the NPA whenever it is ready via the Authority”s social media handles or on its Customer Service Lines: 080012300/ 0545006111/ 0545006112
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