National Petroleum Authority denies paying Fameye GH25,000 for fuel incident

The National Petroleum Authority (NPA), the regulatory body overseeing the petroleum downstream industry in Ghana, has refuted claims made by Ghanaian musician Fameye that he was compensated GHC 25,000 by an unidentified fuel station after his car was filled with adulterated fuel.

In a recent interview, Fameye recounted how his car stalled and eventually stopped due to the fuel’s contamination.

However, the NPA, via its official Twitter handle, denies knowledge of any compensation paid to Fameye or the identity of the fuel station in question.

Fameye’s case is just one of the latest controversies involving celebrity lookalikes and imposters. While some artists, including Shatta Wale and Medikal, have raised concerns about these doppelgängers potentially harming their brand, Fameye sees a different side to the matter.

In a recent interview, he expressed his opinion that these lookalikes can be beneficial to artists’ careers, as they can draw attention to their music from individuals who might not have been familiar with it before.

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