It is evident that a roadside fuel sale is the newest business along the streets of Bamenda today. The population of Bamenda and its environs are fully into the business which sustains livelihood. The fuel business, commonly called «fungeh» has taken root away from other ventures like call box and bread business. In effect, roadside fuel make-shift counters are visible at virtually every 100m. It is obvious that the tarring of the Bamenda - Ekok - Enugu corridor helps matters. The fuel, ferried from the neighbouring Nigeria is easily transported to Bamenda on the smooth highway. A litre of «fungeh» cost Fcfa 500 as against Fcfa 639 for super in regular fuel stations. The business is however, not without risks because poor storage could endanger people and property.