The Executive Secretary of the Tanker Owners Union, Mr Ignatius Koku Doe, has raised some concerns over the influx of tanker trucks into the country.
According to him, per their checks have revealed that, about 300 tanker trucks have so far been imported into the country.
Mr Doe noted that, the union has informed the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) which is the regulatory body, but no concrete step has been taken.
Speaking in an interview with the, he said that their businesses risk will collapse, if relevant stakeholders do not take any immediate action.
He gave a shocking revealation they have discovered concerning some tankers that have been brought in, by Sentuo Refinery, which is about to start the production of oil and gas in the country.
Already, the union members owes about 5,000 trucks, and bringing in new ones to do the same business with them will create unhealthy competition.
Mr Doe , therefore appealed with the government to intervene to ensure that Sentuo with focus on their production and leaves the transportation of the products to the tanker unions.
They have confronted the situation and are confused because it is creating fear and panic between the both parties.
Mr Doe gave a warning, that if the regulatory body fails to act, they would resist the operation of these foreign tankers.