Fuel arrives in Freetown
The fuel crisis in Sierra Leone will be over this week as a ship load of the precious material arrived in Freetown this morning. SLBC News showed a photo of the ship docking .
The ship sailed in with 7.5 thousand metric tons of fuel enough to bring situation to normal and Government officials are assuring members of the public that it will do everything to ensure that the shortage does not occur in the foreseeable future.
The fuel shortage was caused by a scarcity of petroleum materials in West Africa, leading to even oil-producing Nigeria facing a similar fuel crisis last week.
The Government has shown its concern to the people by responding speedily to the crisis.