The prices of fuel have since the last pricing window in December 2018, remained stable at major Oil Marketing companies in Ghana.
However, due to the depreciation of the Cedi to the US dollar, there might be an upward adjustment of prices at the major OMCs in the coming days.
Meanwhile, the Institute of Energy Security (IES) has hinted that consumers should brace themselves to pay more for fuel at the various pumps as the price is likely to exceed 5 cedis per litre.
The IES says the increment in price of fuel is occasioned by the 6.33% rise in average Brent crude price, as well as a corresponding 8.81% and 5.56% increase in prices of Gasoline and Gasoil on the international market respectively.
Below are the latest prices at the 5 major pumps in Ghana when ghanatalksbusiness.com visited some OMCs station on Sunday.