Kenya 🇰🇪-A blast at an unlawful LPG topping off and capacity site in Embakasi, Nairobi, happened. Kenya: On February 1, 2024, at least three people died and more than 280 were injured when an explosion occurred at an illegal LPG refilling and storage facility in Embakasi, Nairobi.

The site had been operating without approval from Kenya’s Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA), which had rejected three permit applications for the construction of the LPG storage and refilling plant due to safety concerns related to its location in a densely populated area.

The explosion, which was felt several kilometers away, ignited a massive fire that spread to nearby homes and businesses, causing widespread damage and causing panic among the residents.

The explosion was felt several kilometers away. Notwithstanding these dismissals and past convictions connected with unlawful tasks at the site, the office kept on working, prompting this horrendous occasion .

Examinations concerning the episode featured critical administrative and authorization disappointments, including merciful sentences for earlier convictions connected with the site’s unlawful tasks. The Petrol Organization of East Africa (PIEA) uncovered that regardless of an obligatory least sentence for such offenses, the court had forced essentially lighter punishments, which might have added to the misfortune.

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