The Energy Minister Advocate Fortune Chasi has taken the time to explain the current fuel crisis that has ravaged the capital with extra-long queues emerging once again after they had disappeared for some time.
Speaking to the Herald, Chibabest, as he is sometimes referred to on Twitter, said:
There was an interruption last week regarding fuel because it coincided with a situation where there were efforts to roll-over the Letters of Credit, so that caused the queues that we began to see but the National Oil and Infrastructure Company (NOIC) has increased the pace at which it has been collecting fuel from Msasa and we asked them to work round the clock until the situation has been regularised.
However, fuel queues are still extra long and motorists are still spending long hours waiting to fill up their tanks.
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