The Executive Secretary of the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC), Duncan Amoah, says he is ready to furnish the Special Prosecutor with further details of allegations he made against the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company (BOST) and its Managing Director, Obeng Boateng.
Mr. Amoah in March this year wrote to the Special Prosecutor to investigate the sale of some one point eight million barrels of crude by BOST in September last year, which he said cost the nation about 23 million cedis in revenue.
In his response, the Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu has asked the COPEC boss to make himself ready to provide his office with further and better particulars of his allegations.
In an interview with GBC’s Doreen Ampofo, Mr. Amoah said he is more than ready to provide the evidence.
Meanwhile, Mr. Obeng Boateng has denied all these claims, insisting Mr. Amoah is being used to derail his administration.