Sudan: Six-Day Fuel Queues As Port Sudan Runs On Empty

Port Sudan — Owners of minibuses in Port Sudan now endure queues of up to six days at filling stations, as the chronic fuel shortage in the city deepens.

The head of the Minibus Drivers Union, Mohamed Obashar, told Radio Dabanga that the Red Sea state Economic Committee as a failure. He called on the new governor to remove the army guards from the pumps and replace them with an anti-smuggling police team to prevent racketeering at petrol stations.

The Governor of Red Sea state, Abdallah…

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