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It was water that was sold to me at the filling station
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It was water that was sold to me at the filling station

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This morning on our way to school my tank showed I was low on fuel, I wanted to buy on our way back from work yesterday but due to heavy traffic I told my children this morning.

This morning I bought at station close to their school, just after 2 minutes in front of their school gate the car started jerking and went off, we checked the battery it was ok but refused to come on, used another the battery the   same. I called my mechanic, he checks and sees that it was water that was sold to me at the filling station. As I write we are still trying to remove the water from my fuel tank, why will a well known station sell water as fuel? 😓😓😓

After the mechanic finishes his work I pray it works, I am driving there to get my money for fuel and mechanic fee back. If they refuse to give me my money dem go see wahala today.

hausa Africa serves as a home to over 1.216 billion people, yet it's difficult for these 53 countries to communicate with each other due to 1250–3000 numerous languages present per country. Business and organisation face this same challenge as they look to expand to Africa. However, the Hausa language serves as a language for communication across West Africa which spans among other countries with over 170 million speakers.

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