The Central Regional Chief Fishermen Union has called on government to eliminate middle men in the distribution of premix fuel.
The Chairman of the Union, Nana Amoako Essel told Radio Ghana that the activities of the middle men do not only affect the smooth operation of their work but also breeds controversy among them.
Congratulating President Mahama on his election as the President of the Republic, Nana Amoako Essel said the Union is ready to throw its wait behind the government to achieve phase two of its better Ghana agenda.
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