Somalia – Charcoal prices hike in Mogadishu
Mogadishu – Somalia 07/04/2019
Mogadishu’s charcoal markets are experiencing a remarkable price hike, where one bag of charcoal costs over 15 US dollars amid the market’s low supply. This price hike was caused by members of al-Shabab extremist movement who set fire to several trucks loaded with charcoal that were headed to Mogadishu’s markets. The market’s vendors said that the consumers have no other alternative so they have to buy the expensive charcoal, especially as the city witnesses challenging circumstances, even though the Somali and African forces teamed up to expel Al-Shabab Movement fighters from the capital in 2011, but the movement is still maintaining a military presence in the Somali countryside, and its decisions are still impacting the citizens’ lives in the capital.
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