By Staff Reporter
Truck drivers at Forbes border post have raised concerns over long queues at the entry point resulting in them spending 3 or more days for them to pass through.
Speaking to Diamond FM one of the truck drivers Peter Katumba said they are now incurring delays in goods delivery.
He added that some of the drivers are now diverting routes this might cause the country to lose revenue since other trucks are preferring to use the route on their way back when their trucks will be empty.
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