The government has increased its troops around its lone oil refinery, after a weekend explosion caused a shutdown of the facility. The government denies separatist fighters were responsible and says there will be no shortages of petroleum products.
Government Denies Separatists Blew Up Lone Refinery
VOA, 3 June 2019
Cameroon has increased troops around its lone oil refinery, after a weekend explosion caused a shutdown of the facility. But the government denies separatist fighters were… Read more »
The remains of a Cameroon refinery in Limbe are seen after an explosion shook the facility over the weekend, June 2, 2019.
Refinery Fire Incident - Govt Assures Consumers of Constant Supply
Cameroon Tribune, 3 June 2019
Three cabinet Ministers said during a press conference in Yaounde yesterday 2 June, 2019 Read more »
Refinery Fire Incident - Investigation On Course to Uncover Cause
The incident of 31 May breaking 1 June generated trembling effects in neighbourhoods and government is protecting fuel supply in the country. Read more »
Fire Has Been Reported At the Cameroon Oil Refinery-Sonara (Limbe-South West Region) After an Explosion.
Cameroon Tribune, 1 June 2019
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