MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa was today spotted at a Puma Service station in the capital after joining a fuel queue amid shortages and panic buying by motorists across the country.
Long fuel queues have since resurfaced in Harare and many other parts of the country with several leading service stations going for days without both diesel and petrol.
The MDC leader later tweeted on saying the situation is not good after spending hours in the fuel queue today.
THIS MUST BE STOPPED …Have been waiting for fuel since morning.Pfee muQueue yeFuel Cnlr Sam Nujoma/ Kwameh.I’m assessing the fuel situation at service stations in Harare.The situation is so bad! pic.twitter.com/sGr1lo6t0M
— Nelson Chamisa (@nelsonchamisa) October 20, 2018
TechMagTV observed relatively long queues around the Harare CBD the afternoon, suggesting the fuel supplying remains erratic.
— TechMag.TV (@TechMagTV) October 20, 2018
“Our government is very good at spinning lies, we are wasting a lot of time in fuel queues and Ministers would be on TV and radio saying we have enough fuel. I cant do without fuel and my business is no longer sustainable,” said a visibly furious motorist who only identified himself as Tatenda talking to TechMagTV crew.
— Samuel Takawira ?? (@takawirasam) October 20, 2018