The news trending in country is that a litre of fuel is no longer Gh¢5.42 for there is an increment in fuel price today which has shocked a lot of Ghanaians and posted a verifiable picture of the new fuel price increment on social media which is trending everywhere in the country.
According to a picture seen from shell filling station dashboard trending, fuel price per litre has gone up by almost 13% increment as the government is trying to recover the economy with some new taxes introduced which will affect them.
Ghanaians are worried about the recent increment on prices of goods and services in the country which will fully take effect this month, May.
According to shell filling station dashboard seen trending, fuel price per litre is now Gh¢6.13 which has shocked Ghanaians. Meaning fuel price now move from Gh¢5.42 to Gh¢6.13.
Following that political activist kwame A-Plus, has taken to social media and asked Ghanaians to discuss about the recent increment in fuel price in the country.
A lot of people has jabbed and register their displeasure against the government for increasing fuel price. For them they know that the new fuel price will affect all business in the country and transportation fee will be increased by vehicle owners too.
See how Ghanaians reacted to A-Plus post.
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