Fuel Shortage in Yambio Threatens Telephone Operators to Close

Yambio
Yambio

By Radio Tamazuj:

A fuel shortage in Yambio, the administrative headquarters of Gbudwe state, is causing a concern to the telecommunication network operating companies fearing they could be forced to cease operation.

Multiple sources and residents from Yambio town have expressed fears that Viva Cell network has informed its customers in the area that they would be forced to close down due to fuel shortages.

The violence that erupted on July 8th in Juba and quickly spread to Western and Central Equatoria has resulted in closedown of most roads leading to the area. Sources said currently few traders get limited amount of diesel from Democratic Republic of Congo.


This article is republished courtesy of Radio Tamazuj, a daily news service and current affairs broadcaster covering South Sudan, the southern states of Sudan, and the borderlands between the two countries.

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