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South Sudan fuel crisis worsens

Pascal Ladu
As the fuel crisis continues to worsen with stations drying up across South Sudan, government officials and fuel station owners clash over distribution.
20.05.2015  |  Juba
Boda boda drivers lining up to get fuel at Imatongas station in Juba, February 14, 2011.
Boda boda drivers lining up to get fuel at Imatongas station in Juba, February 14, 2011.

Officials from South Sudan’s government say fuel stations don’t do enough to ensure citizens get fuel. The fuel stations in-turn say some government officials take too much and leave too little to the ordinary citizens.

The Niles’ Pascal Ladu reports from Juba: