Former BOST MD urges affected colleagues to support Pres’s decision

Former Managing Director (MD) of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transport (BOST) Company Limited, Alfred Obeng Boateng has accepted his dismissal “in good faith”.
He is also urging “all affected colleagues to do same as we rally our unflinching support to the President.”

President Nana Akufo-Addo sacked Mr Boateng and appointed George Mensah Okley as the new MD recently.

Mr Boateng has faced series of accusations including the alleged sale of some five million litres of contaminated fuel, which was unearthed by the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) Ghana.

In a letter of appreciation on Tuesday June 12, 2018, Mr Boateng extended his “deepest and unqualified appreciation to President Akufo-Addo for offering me the opportunity to serve in his government until the restructuring took place.

“Am available at all times to offer my expertise whenever it is needed and encourage my admirers, staff of BOST and relations for showing support when the restructuring took place.

“I urge you to come on board to support President Akufo-Addo in government or not, I wish the government and my party to succeed.

“In as much as I appreciate the solidarity shown across the country, particularly from the Western Region, let us tread cautiously in order not to do anything that may undermine the government and our great party, NPP.

“I thank my critics for strengthening me in all those challenging moments during my tenure,” Mr Boateng noted. –

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