The Kenya Pipeline Company is banking on its newly installed line five pipeline to grow the volume of petroleum products it can handle as well as address issues of stock-outs in the Kenyan market, petroleum cabinet secretary John Munyes says the completion of line five will significantly cut down on transportation costs and is eventually expected to lower the price of fuel by at least one shilling. KTN’s Aby Agina had an exclusive interview with the Minister.
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