Fuel challenges being reported in parts of the country

Fuel supply challenges continue to be be reported in the country a week after the government released 34.4 billion shillings to settle fuel subsidy arrears owed to marketers.

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The move was expected to get rid of the fuel shortage crisis but a spot check by KBC found that some petrol stations had no fuel, while long queues were evident at stations with supplies. Some Kenyans claimed they have had to pay more than the EPRA stipulated price for a litre of Super petrol. The uncertainty among motorists is growing as the Easter festivities approach with a significant number of Kenyans planning to travel to the country side. Affected areas include Kiambu and Kajiado counties and the Coastal region.

  

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