Racketeering is rife in Sudan’s Kassala as reports from the state complain that the fuel crisis has worsened in an unprecedented manner. A gallon of diesel now cost SDG 600 (*$21.30) on the black market. Ibrahim Mohamed Nur told Radio Dabanga that a large number of people had to stop their vehicles because of the fuel crisis, which has caused a severe traffic problem. The queues of vehicles in front of fuel stations continue for days. Nur accused the regular Sudanese forces of “deliberately creating problems at the fuel stations in order to obtain quantities of fuel to sell them on the black market”. Residents of Kassala complained about the lack of drinking water and the continuous interruption of electricity since the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan. A resident from Kassala told Radio Dabanga that the price of a jerry can of drinking water from […]