4 February 2014

Somalia: Supreme Fuel Company" We Have Enough Purified Fuel"

supreme fuel company has denied allegations that it has failed to meet the large demands of fuel jets in Mogadishu's Adden ade international airport.

The news comes after some of Mogadishu's media spread the propaganda that lack of fuel in the airport led to a halt in flights in and out of the country.

However, Abdullahi Mohamed Abukar who an administration officer in the company is stated that the company imports large amounts of purified of fuel and never fails to meet the demands of its customers. "For sure, flights were not flying in out of the country for other reasons coming from the side's but not because of lack of fuel" said Abukar during a telephone conversation.

Supreme Fuel Company is the largest importer of fuel in Somalia and many say that it is the only company that can meet and distribute fuel jet and other fuels on a daily basis in Adan Adde international airport.

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