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K-Gas at Mobil Mr Tosh Sila, who complained here last week that the pledge on standardisation of liquefied petroleum gas cylinders wasn’t working was spot on, according to Ruiru resident Francis Wainaina.
Wainaina says he was also turned away by Mobil Petrol Station in Ruiru on September 9 when he went to refill his 13kg K-Gas cylinder. “The lady attendant curtly told me that they don’t exchange K-Gas cylinders for Mobil cylinders.”
“What was the sense behind the standardisation if not to make the gas accessible to many?” What was the sense, Energy Regulatory Commission?
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Did Karatina clear the mounds soiling its name?
On August 16, Mr Kariuki Muiri wrote to PointBlank from Karatina complaining that the town was in a sorry state. He was especially concerned about some huge mounds of soil that he said were dumped on the street off Kanisa Road about two years ago by a developer but no one has ever bothered to clear them. Muiri further said that Karatina Town Council was little bothered by the eyesore either. He wondered how a council worth its salt can accept to lose revenue (in terms of parking fees) for two years without doing anything about it.
“Residents who have had to put up with this nonsense for over two years now know that the offending developer is taking advantage of the fact that he is a relative of an influential politician,” he alleged. Did the council finally remove the eye-sore?