APC chieftain Tonye Cole’s Oil company banned in Tanzania for supplying adulterated fuel -Jackson Ude
All Progressives Congress, APC chieftain Tonye Cole’s oil company the Sahara Energy was banned from supplying fuel to Tanzania for 6-month after the oil company supplied adulterated fuel to the East Africa country.
The revelation was contained in a document made available online by an aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Jackson Ude.
The company was banned for half a year in 2016 over the supply of the said adulterated fuel to the country.
Sahara Energy owned by the Rivers State APC disqualified candidate in the last general election in 2019 is one of the biggest oil companies around in Nigeria today.
According to a revelation by Jackson Ude, the oil company is notorious as a front for money laundering.
The company is yet to make a statement to deny the purported document as of the time of writing this news.
Ude, who currently resides in United States of America is an investigative journalist and the owner of Point Blank News.