Parliament Friday joined Ghanaians to mark the first June 3rd Disaster anniversary which took place at the Goil Filling Station at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle.
Tagged as the Black Wednesday, the MPs observed that the tragedy will forever remain indelible on the minds of many Ghanaians.
The MPs reiterated the need for State institutions, like the National Disaster Management Origination, NADMOD, the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Petroleum Authority and the Local Authorities to be alive to their responsibilities to forestall any such occurrence in future.You here GhanaPoliticsOnline.Com
The lawmakers stated this when the MP for Okaikwei Central, Patrick Boamah made a statement on the Floor to mark the day.
The MP for Tano North, Freda Prempeh who was caught up in the incident that day at Circle narrates what she went through to the House.
The Member for Dome-Kwabenya Adwoa Sarfo questioned the role of the EPA and the NPA in the siting of filling stations across the country