Published Dec 12, 2016

"They are not averse to issuing compensation to the persons who were affected by the contaminated fuel. Their concerns is that nobody has been pinpointed as being culpable. Everybody is pointing the finger," said Allen, as she noted that the probe ordered by the Government ended without the source of the contamination being identified.

Approximately 390 complaints were submitted to the CAC up to April 8, but Allen said that number is set to reduce following additional examinations by an outside entity contracted by the CAC.

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