Port officials in Senegal seeks to transfer a vast quantity ammonium nitrate from its domain.
Authorities in Senegal declare they had ordered the removal of 2 seven-hundred lots of ammonium nitrate from Dakar – a substance that brought on a important explosion in Beirut.
Dakar’s port which is close to residential neighborhoods is stated to harbor the chemical substance whose amount is estimated to be an awful lot as what used to be found in the Lebanese capital.
Authorities declare the substance planned to be shipped to Mali. Port officials say 350 tonnes has already been transported. It is no longer clear who the owner of the consignment is and what it is supposed for in Mali.
Transfering the substance to Mali ought to pose a trouble considering the ongoing political instability after the modern-day military coup that overthrew President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita.