According to the “Letter”, the Provincial Director of Infrastructure of Manica, Silva Manuel, said that the seizure was due to the complaint. “However, when we went to the scene, with the authorities of SERNIC [National Criminal Investigation Service], they ran away. But SERNIC continues to follow people,” said Manuel. so unfair, in such a way that a liter of diesel, which should have cost 59 Meticais, was sold at 50 or 55 Meticais. In addition, our source said that the resale was taking place in homes, a fact that put the population’s health at risk in the event of a fire. Manuel recalled that this is not the first time that the authorities have seized fuel in that area. It should be noted that Manica is a fuel corridor that leaves the Port of Beira to neighboring Zimbabwe.
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