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GAMBIA IS ABOUT TO BE HIT BY AN IMPENDING FUEL CRISIS!!

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It seems all the petrol stations owned by the Lebanese businessman suspected by the US to be sponsoring terrorism, Mohammed Bazzi, are running out of supply. There is a looming  fuel crisis about to hit the country. I have been going round town trying to get fuel and almost all the Petro-Gaz fuel stations owned by Bazzi are either closed or using their reserve tanks to supply fuel.
As one of the petrol attendant said, ” by next week when all our current supply finish, our stations will not be able to supply fuel.” She advised that people should fill up as much fuel as they can because they will not be supplying when their current stock run out.
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Has this government made adequate provision to avert any shortages of fuel, remains to be seen. What has been happening is that over the past six months the prices for fuel in the country has been increased three times from a little over D45.00 to now D52.40 for petrol.
We are in for a difficult times as the sensitivity of the price of fuel has a direct bearing on transport fares, commodity prices and many more economic goods. Other petrol stations must be quietly jubilating. Can you please confirm this story. Thank you.

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