Fuel prices in Ghana are expected to decrease for the third consecutive time, with Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) experiencing its biggest decline in recent times.
Prices of fuel are expected to go down from 1st April.
The Institute for Energy Security attributes the expected drop to the stability of the cedi to the dollar and the easing of prices of finished products on the world market.
LPG is expected to go down by about 9%, while petrol and diesel will witness between 2% and 5% drop.
The decrease in fuel prices is a reflection of a drop in prices of gasoline, LPG and some other finished products on the world fuel market in the last 14 days.