RE: “Fuel ‘too dirty' for Europe sold to Africa” (The New Times, September 17).
There's a difference between willingly putting low and hazardous products to increase margin and trying to justify this behavior with the present shortage and market price.
When it comes to health, there is no higher price than the life of a human being. I found the following sentence – “higher quality will mean higher price” – not appropriate simply because we are not focused, patient and most probably not conscious enough to evaluate the cost of consequences created by this low quality fuel.
By the way, where do we stand in Rwanda with fuel requirement?