Senior staff members of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation(GNPC) have hit back at the government for masterminding the report of the public service commission which turn down the appointment of the acting CEO Mr. Opoku Ahwene Danquah.
The members are challenging the commission this time round to make the report available to the public to avoid any doubt of rejection. The report did not approve the current CEO Mr.Opku Awhene Danquah but the commission has refused to enforce their findings because the CEO is a Curson of the president. The group has further linked the allegation to the doorsteps of the Energy minister, Dr.Matthew Opoku Prempeh of been aware of the report but has failed to advice the president as a sector minister. According to them, all is not well at GNPC but non of the authorities at the helm of affair is prepared to address the issue because he belongs to the powerhouse as matters keep escalating. GNPC has lost top and experienced engineers including lawyers all because of the acting CEO, O A Danquah who has made the system so porous to work with professional conduct.
This came to alight when some senior staff members spoke to the press on the state of GNPC . They further alleged that the acting CEO, highly intimidates workers and shows no respect to long-serving members. They have finally called on the government to appoint a responsible person to avoid the collapse of the noble corporation which was formally competing with the world in terms of oil business.