Malawi fuel tanks stuck in Tanzania and raises alarm to Malawians




But authorities in the country’s fuel industry say that is no cause for alarm for something workable is in place and have since played down the possibilities of having a fuel crisis.

Reports indicate that there has been a disturbance in the movement of fuel supplies because of road damage in Tanzania and that has led to the downfall of  fuel supplies reserve as well.

Otherwise Malawi has for a year or so been having  fuel reserves cover of nearly15 days while the current situation has pushed it to 10 days only hence the worry by many Malawians especially this time around when more fuel would be needed since it is less than a month before the country goes to the polls.

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