Car owners and drivers of commercial vehicles in eastern Sudan’s Kassala are complaining about the newly set fuel quotas. People in West Kordofan denounce the rise of the public transport rates. “Commercial vehicles are entitled to eight gallons and private cars six gallons,” a driver reported to Radio Dabanga from Kassala town. The petrol and diesel are distributed by the state Department of Transport. The source expressed his fear for earning less. “The decision to set fuel quotas will restrict the movement of commercial vehicles which in turn will reduce our income.” He added that the people in Kassala wonder why quotas have been set in the state, despite a relative easing of the fuel crisis in the rest of the country. West Kordofan People in Babanusa in West Kordofan complain about a renewed increase in the prices of regional bus tickets. “The Drivers Union, […]