NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 15 – Vivo Energy has resumed operations of the Shell service station that was the scene of a scuffle and gun drama early February.
The station in Karai, Naivasha, will now be run by a Mr. Hasnaim Noorani after Vivo Energy acrimoniously replaced former retailer Senator Paul Njoroge in a process that led to the Senator firing gun shots at Vivo managers.
Vivo Energy Managing Director Polycarp had said the Senator had breached the terms of the contract including not having fuel and under capitalization, leading to the cancelling of the probationary contract.
During the opening ceremony of the station, Vivo Energy’s Retail Manager Lena Munuve said the company will continue to invest in increasing tank capacities and open more Shell service stations in the country.
“We have put a lot of resources and energy to ensure that all customers that come to this station to leave feeling as guests,” said Munuve.
Noorani, the manager of the station, said his team will ensure delivery of services to customer’s satisfaction and in line with Vivo’s standards.