Ghanaians slam Andy Dosty over the 'increase of fuel prices' comment

Ghanaians slam Andy Dosty over the 'increase of fuel prices' comment

Htz FM’s morning show Day Break host, Andy Dosty, has come under severe pressure after saying that if fuel price is increased he will park his car.

News went rife that fuel prices will be increased which will be the second time in two months after the Institute of Energy Security (IES) predicted a marginal increase in fuel prices in its review of this month’s first pricing window, spanning October 1-15, 2018.

And according to Andy Dosty, he will park his car if indeed fuel prices go up again..

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If fuel prices go up again, I will park my car,” Andy stated.

Lo and behold on October 23, 2018, YEN.com.gh reported that fuel prices of both diesel and petrol have shot up to 2.76percent.

However, the National Petroleum National Petroleum Authority (NPA) blamed the international market.

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Andy Dosty’s statement didn’t go down well with some social media users as they took swipes at him.

For instance, a Facebook user, Kenneth Kwaku Brefo reacting to Andy's comment on YEN.com.gh's Facebook page said he don't care if Andy should park his car because there are some Ghanaians who don't even own bicycles.

Adam Inusah says even if fuel prices go up they will not stop buying it.

Bruce Dela Asafo took Andy on saying he was campaigning for NPP so why is he complaining.

Kwame Benn also blasted Andy for saying he will park his car.

There are many other comments made against Andy, which indicate that Ghanaians are not happy statement he made.

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