For this period, the prices of fuel products will drop as follows: Diesel drops by Sh6.50 per litre, Super drops by Sh1.10 per litre and kerosene drops Sh4.90 per litre.
The company has implemented this fuel price drop offer at its service stations as a sign of appreciation to its customers for choosing the high quality products and services offered at Shell service stations.
The Managing Director of Vivo Energy Kenya, Polycarp Igathe, said: “We have dropped our fuel prices to thank them for using our service stations.”
In 2015 the company opened 24 service stations across the country, bringing the total number of Shell service stations in Kenya to 164.
That focus will continue in 2016 as the company continues to deliver more service stations, along with new and exciting high.