A sachet of water is now 40 pewewas in Ghana
● A sachet of water is now 40 pesewas in Ghana
● The directive has taken effect from December 27th according to NASPAWAP
A sachet of water which was sold at 20 pesewas has gone up. The directive has taken effect from December 27 according to NASPAWAP. A sachet of pure water is now 40 pesewas.
The directive was necessary because of the rising cost of inputs. Some of these inputs include packaging materials, fuel, vehicle spare parts etc.
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“A bag of sachet water, 500ml by 30pcs will now sell at Ghs 4.50 from the retail trucks. Mini shops will now retail a bag of sachet at Ghs6 per bag minimum. This directive take effect from Monday December 27, 2021” the statement said
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The statement signed by the President of NASPAWAP further gave detailed explanations on how things are hard and how it has become necessary to increase prices
“The reviews have been necessitated by rising cost of inputs such as fuel, vehicle spare parts and Packaging materials which are mainly imported. At our previous review, the Ghana Cedi to the dollar was in the region of Ghs4.50. Currently, it is inching up to Ghs6.50. Fuel prices have also significantly gone up since our last review”
Read full statement below
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