The scandal of siphoned fuel at Kenya Pipeline Company deepened on Wednesday after it emerged that 51 million litres of jet fuel, worth Sh5 billion, has gone missing from the stocks — triggering an unprecedented crisis at Moi and Jomo Kenyatta International (JKIA) Airport. Already, the Kenya Airports Authority has issued a NOTAM — a written notification issued to pilots before a flight — asking them to refuel at other locations until the crisis is over. As the crisis continues, the oil marketers have been left in a quandary since they believed that they had a total of 61 million litres in stocks, only to be informed that KPC was only holding 10.5 million litres.  The whereabouts of the fuel remains a mystery and the oil marketers have written to the acting KPC managing director Hudson Andambi seeking for answers. “The (51 million litres) variance of our DPK/Jet […]