Kenyans have been forced to pay more at the pump as the government got rid of all the subsidies that had been placed there by the previous administration that was led by Former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
President William Ruto ordered for the removal of the subsidies as soon as he took over office and overnight, the prices of fuel shot up by at least 20 Kenya shillings per liter.
This afternoon, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from the Petroleum Outlets Association of Kenya Chairman Martin Chomba, he has revealed that Kenyans could be staring at a fuel shortage.
The reports that we have with us intimate that there could be a fuel shortage in the next few days as per the reports that we have with us.
It's unclear as to the source of the fuel shortage that is expected to be in the country in the next few days as announced by the Chairperson of the Petroleum Outlets Association of Kenya.
This could mean more money at the pump for Kenyans who depend on the precious mineral to get about their duties on a daily basis as per the reports that we have with us.
It is not yet clear when the fuel shortage will commence in the country as per the available reliable reports that we have with us.
Let us know your thoughts and opinions on this latest development in the comments section below this article on the looking fuel shortage in the country as announced by the Chairperson of Petroleum Outlets Association of Kenya.
Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration of a fuel station where a car is refueling with the looking at fuel shortage.
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