Fuel shortage has hit Mongu town in Western province for the second time in a period of less than 14 days.
A check at Puma the only service filling station that had the commodity on Tuesday morning found a long queue of vehicles waiting for petrol supplies that seem to have run out.
A fuel attendant spoken to at a named filling station on Monday said the filling stations in Mongu have run of petroleum commodities such as petrol and kerosene.
A motorist only identified as Mr. Evans Likando said government should find a lasting solution to the fuel crisis being experienced in the country rather than issuing out false statement assuring the nation of fuel stocks that are not there.
Mr. Likando wondered how the PF government that promised the people of Zambia development in all sectors would achieve this with shortages of fuel.
The PF government had donated million of litres of fuel from the national reserves to Malawi towards the funeral of its late President Mbingu Wa Mutharika.