Mombasa based tycoon Jaffer Mohammed has been accused once again of stealing gas cylinders through his proxies.
According to a source talking to this writer, Jaffer Mohammed has allegedly acquired huge junk of shares in Sea gas.
“Sea Gas is co-owned by Ruth Githinji, she has no much content about her nor scandals known yet. But its reported that Pro gas is stealing Hashi gas cylinders and branding them to SEA gas where he has huge shares,” a source privy to LPG dealings told this writer.
A spot check by cnyakundi.com has revealed that that indeed, SEA Gas has been rebranding Hashi Gas cylinders.
Here are the photos the Chief Editors of this site has sampled from various dealers.
Jaffer Mohammed oversaw the death of NOCK so that he can steal Mwananchi gas cylinders-and he repainted them with those pink crap flooded on the markets.
On Wednesday, the National Treasury signalled a revival of the stalled subsidy scheme for affordable cooking gas, with the inclusion in the draft budget of a plan to distribute 300,000 six-kilogramme LPG cylinders to low-income households in the next three years according to a report published by Business Daily Africa.
The cooking gas subsidy scheme initiated by the Energy ministry during the 2016/2017 financial year was aimed at cutting reliance on environment-unfriendly kerosene and charcoal, which are the main source of fuel for most rural and urban poor households before the plan was killed by coast based tycoon Mohammed Jaffer.
The editor of this site highly suspects that the ministry of finance now has interest of Kenyans at heart or it is round two of Mwananchi gas heist loading
This is not the first time Jaffer Mohammed has been accused of stealing from Hashi Gas and their products.
In 2016, Jaffer Mohammed was accused of stealing a project by Hashi Energy to transform petrol and diesel running engines to gas and gasoline cars.
In 2014, Hashi energy said that would lead to 20 percent fewer pollutants into the atmosphere as they burn cleaner during the combustion process.
“Greener and more sustainable energy solutions is the future of Africa. We as Kenyan love innovation, so, it was obvious that the AutoGas launch must be carried out in the innovation hub of Africa. Our customers need to see savings on transport, especially in a market where costs are continually rising, this solution is not only affordable but better for their vehicles as well as being greener for the environment,” Group CEO of Hashi Energy Mohamed Adan said in 2014.
Jaffer, through Proton Energy Kenya launched a similar product under his pink pro gas crap flooded on the markets.
In 2018, Jaffer Mohammed owned Pro Gas also conned thousands of youths after running a false #YouDeserveBetter campaign.
More about Jaffer Mohammed HERE