Irungu Macharia, the Kenya Pipeline Company Managing Director, has reassured Kenyans that his company has a large reserve of fuel.
He stated that they have 200 million liters of super petrol, 160 million liters of diesel and 60 million liters of jet fuel in their reserve which is sufficient to satisfy the current fuel demand in Kenya.
Kenya’s are still wondering that if that is the case, where is there scarcity at the petrol stations? Kenyans are yet to process these two contrasting scenarios.
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