I Will Expose Your Bad Attitudes Soon - Energy Minister


Energy Minister, Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh, says his outfit is seriously monitoring some staff of the Petroleum Commission, leaking sensitive information to players in the petroleum industry who in turn are using it against government.

Describing such conduct as unpatriotic and unacceptable, the Minister said there will be no hiding place for such individuals.

Inaugurating the Governing Board of the Commission responsible for regulation, management and utilisation of petroleum resources, the Minister charged them to critically examine the local content law and explore ways to allow Ghanaians to participate in the oil sector.

“If we all look at the gas and oil sector and we are not happy then it means the regulator is either not strong or is not asserting itself, but of more importance is the staff that work at the commission and those passing on confidential information to their friends. Instead of being patriotic, they are rather letting the country down. I hope that you [board] will look into it and the commission will find out what is going on”.

“Those who are leaking information and hurting government and the state, we are watching and you must know that there is no ‘sacred cow’ within the Petroleum Commission. Because when the whole of Ghana has decided to go a certain direction, nobody in the commission should feel so knowledgeable that they can outwit the board,” he warned.

'I’m coming after you' - Energy Minister to some staff of Petroleum Commission leaking confidential information

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