Kenya’s Pipeline Company (KPC) has assured consumers of sufficient fuel stocks across all their depots in the East African nation.
This comes on the back of reports of shortages of fuel in the country.
Reports suggest there are winding queues at most fuel stations in the country.
However, KPC, in a statement issued last weekend, stated that their current stock position at all their facilities indicate that there are over 69 million litres of super (petrol), more than 94 million litres of diesel, more than 13 million litres of kerosene and over 23 million litres of jet fuel available.
“Kenya Pipeline Company would like to confirm that there are ample stocks of petroleum products in our system throughout the country to meet demand,” KPC’s Managing Director, Dr. Macharia Irungu, said.
“Our global stock holding is adequate to serve the region with more ships in Mombasa queued for discharge,” he added.
Some Kenyans have been expressing their concerns with energynewsafrica.com and on social media and here are some of the comments: