Fuel prices will rise between 5% and 10% in September 2022.
This will add 70 pesewas to costs, according to the Institute for Energy Security.
A liter of gas costs 11 and diesel 13.70.
The IES attributed the rise in fuel costs to the Ghana cedi’s 10% fall against the US dollar in the previous two weeks.
It advises people to plan for upcoming price spikes.
The Institute of Energy Security (IES) anticipates that fuel and LPG prices would climb at the pumps, despite falling on the international market.
For fuel, the 6.48 percent price hike will enhance the rate of price climb in September (2022).