Liberia - 'Just a Minor Delay': S. Leone Did Not Deny Entry of Tankers on Emergency Mission for Gas
Click here to read full article from source
Monrovia, Feb. 12 -- The shortage of gasoline now entering its third week is causing serious havoc for Liberians. Information Minister Lenn Eugene Nagbe confirmed on state radio, LBS Wednesday morning that the government is using various sources including next-door neighbors, to bring in emergency gasoline into the country. "The government now, we are working with some of the importers so that as early as within the next 24 to 48 hours maximum, we can have emergency gasoline come into the country. We are using various sources," the Minister said.
Some high-level arrangements were reportedly made prior to the dispatch of some 20 tankers to next-door Sierra Leone Tuesday night in search of gasoline to address the major shortage now wreakin...
To read the full article or to get the complete feed from this publication, please Contact Us