Atuabo provide 40-45% of Ghana’s LPG requirements – Randy Abbey
We are adding value to nothing – Randy Abbey
Anything out of petroleum in Ghana is imported – Dr Randy Abbey
The host of Good Morning Ghana on Metro TV, Dr Randy Abbey, has lamented the unimaginable importing culture of Ghana.
He expressed worry over the fact that as a country, Ghana is not adding any value to anything as it continuously imports nearly everything, including mosquito sprays.
“We are not adding value to anything. I’ve said this over and over again that apart from the Atuabo Gas Plant which provides about 40 to 45 per cent of our LPG requirements, everything else: diesel, imported; petrol, imported; kerosene, imported; aviation fuel, imported; bitumen, imported; even mosquito spray, imported.
“So, apart from Atuabo which is contributing 40 to 45 per cent of our LPG needs, everything else we use – anything out of petroleum, crude oil, that we use in this country is imported. So, we ship out the crude oil and we import everything,” he lamented.
Dr Randy Abbey was speaking on Thursday, March 17, 2022, edition of the show and monitored by GhanaWeb.