The 2021 Auditor General’s Report has revealed that 28 Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) failed to settle the rescheduled debt totalling ¢402.049 million.

The report has therefore urged the Commissioner of the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority to use legal means to recover the outstanding amount from the OMCs involved.

The names of the OMCs were however not disclosed.

“We recommended that the Commissioner should use legal means to recover the outstanding amount of GH¢402,049,571.70 from the OMCs involved”.

The report also disclosed that 17 OMCs between January 2021 and December 2021, did not pay the taxes and duties totalling ¢249.800 million on 29,995,530 litres of oil lifted to the Ghana Revenue Authority, Customs Division.

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