Ruling Coalition for Democratic Change CDC, has warned government to redouble efforts in addressing the shortage of gasoline in the Country.
For approximately one month now, Liberians have been in queues for hours to get gasoline in an effort to facilitate their movement in the Country.
Visible also, were vehicles sitting bumper-to-bumper, inching to the pumps to grasp few gallons for transportation.
“Whilst we support government’s efforts to alleviate the fuel shortage, we urge the GoL to also double the efforts in ways that make the transaction of business and movement of our people easier“, Mulbah Morlu noted, whilst addressing a Wednesday news conference at CDC, headquartered in Congo Town, Montserrado County.
Mixed views up to press time characterize this national crisis as it ise, for the holding of its National retreat in Monrovia.
The retreat and the party’s reconciliation round table were scheduled from 14&15 of February 2020.
The postponement according to the party, is in solidarity with the citizenry who are currently feeling the pinch of gasoline shortage in the Country.
Millions of Liberians and foreign nationals are finding it difficult to move from one point to another due to what many consider artificial shortage of gasoline.
The party is quoted as saying, “Howbeit, despite our undoubted preparedness and huge energy, sacrifice and efforts we have invested into the organizing process, we as the most powerful political establishment of the ordinary people, must never forget the source of our strength and the fundamental essence for our existence “.