A fuel station in Kenya, Nairobi County is giving it's customer free fuel worth Ksh1,000 if they do this in their fuel station. The special offer has come days after there was a sharp rise of fuel prices in Kenya. The special offer was being advertised by a man carrying a placard high written the details of the special offer.
Currently we are experiencing a hike of petroleum price in Kenya. Taxes are the ones that have made petrol rise the way it is. Most people think that the owners are the one benefitting. No the government is benefitting alot than the owners. Today I will tell you who owns majority, or infact all the Total petrol filli ng stations in Kenya.
Kenyans have been wondering why the landing cost of fuel is relatively low, yet the prices they’re paying for the commodity at the filling station is more than double that cost. EPRA recently announced the fresh prices of Fuel showing that with petrol at least Sh74 are gobbled up by taxes; diesel Sh62 and kerosene Sh56.
The world is changing rapidly and we can not in any way resist change. One of these changes is the introduction of electric cars. The whole world is embarrassing it and Kenya is one of the countries keeping up with the changes. ChargeNet Kenya the zero emission mobility products and service subsidiary of Mayleen Corporation is playing a key part in this transformation through installation of Electric Vehicle charging stations in Nairobi.
Stabex Petrol station is one of the largest companies dealing with supply of fuel in East African countries mostly in Kenya and Uganda.The company was started in Nairobi, Kenya in the year 2012 and it has rapidly expanded with the increasing demand of fuel in various parts of the country.
Kenyan motorists have been going to Tanzania across the Sirare border to purchase petrol at a reduced price after the Energy and Petroleum Regulation Authority (EPRA) announced a significant hike in gasoline prices. Border gas stations have raised their prices in response to the growing demand for cheaper fuel.
User Boat operators in Lamu County have called for the establishment of more floating petrol stations along the routes used by sea users to prevent cases of vessels running out of petrol in the middle of the Indian Ocean. The boat operators especially those conducting long distance shipping; carrying commodities from Lamu Old Town to the far-flung islands of Faza, Kizingitini, Mkokoni, Kiwayu and all the way to Kiunga and Ishakani on the border of Lamu and Somalia, have revealed the difficulties they are facing once their boats run out of petrol before reaching their destinations.
The recent increase in fuel prices has sent filling station businesses in Moyale into a death spiral.Many locals have resorted to buying cheaper fuel in Ethiopia, where one litre of petrol costs only Sh75 while diesel goes for Sh 50. One litre of petrol now sells for Sh141 in Moyale.
Most people may wonder what we mean by a mini petrol station, this is simply a small petrol station with one or two fuel dispensers. It is also an alternative and instead of starting a big petrol station you can start with this one that is if you don't have sufficient funds to start a big one.
A Customer attendant from the Shell petrol station has sparked debate online after he was caught in Camera dancing to his customers as he fueled their vehicles. The uniformed attendant was fuelling a customer's vehicle as he vigorously danced to the music. The attendant has become a topic of discussion online due his mastery skills in dancing.
Rubis Energy Kenya operates more than 230 deliberately and strategically placed Fuel Service stations countrywide under the Kenol, Kobil, Rubis brands, and Gulf Energy. The stations are intended for most extreme comfort and security, with a center around esteem added administration at the forecourt. The organization enjoys a suitable business model similar to other incorporations.
Kenyan motorists and riders who crossed into Tanzania to reap reasonably-priced fuel in Sirari two days after gasoline charges skyrocketed were hit by using a upward thrust in gasoline prices at petrol stations along the 2 nations’ border. Mr. Peter Chacha, the chairman of the Isebania town bodaboda rider, instructed radio Ramogi that that they had reasonably-priced gasoline from Tanzania for about two days after the expenses in Kenya went up, and that now the Tanzanian petrol shops alongside the border have raised expenses due to call for.
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Phone snatching has become a very common thing in Nairobi and it's environs. There are several young people operating around the city who use motorbikes to snatch phones from people. However much they are arrested and some murdered, they still never stop the habit. As this happens, there is a certain phone snatcher who landed his 40th day in crime.
The Fuel Nightmare: The Triggers Behind High Fuel Prices in Kenya As Compared to Neighboring Nations
The high prices of fuel experienced in Kenya have overwhelmed its citizen after it reached its highest-selling mark of Sh134.72 in petrol, Sh115.60 in Diesel and Sh110.82 in kerosene in Nairobi. However, Kenyans have questioned how the fuel prices have since doubled yet the landing cost of the fuel is relatively low.
Kenyans have been perplexed as to why the landing cost of petrol is so low, yet the rates they pay at the filling station are more than double that amount. According to the most recent EPRA report, a litre of petrol costs Sh60.35 in Mombasa, diesel costs Sh53.88, and kerosene costs Sh54.44.
Kenyans On Twitter popularly known as (KOT) have opted to resurface an old photo of President Uhuru Kenyatta when he was Campaigning a few years ago, as they protest high fuel prices. (Photo courtesy) The photo in question was captured near a Petrol station and at that particular time, super petrol was retailing at Sh67.20 per litre.
A Nakuru based politician has move to court to file a case that will see the next general elections postponed from August, 2022 to the year 2023. This is none other that Paul Njoroge, a former Nominated Senator who was handpicked by President Uhuru Kenyatta so that he could represent the disabled in the country.
Mini petrol station has its own advantages and this is why most of business men aspire to initiate such business. It is easy to maintain and monitor it's progress . With petrol station you have to monitor how it generates income for you since you also have to get income from your business.
The deputy president William Ruto today surprised many residents in Murang'a county after he stopped his vehicle at Kenol Petrol Station in Murang'a county to address the residents. According the deputy president William Ruto, it was a good opportunity to talk with the residents of Murang'a who agreed to support him in the next general election.