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Vivo Energy Uganda was involved in a fire.

A fire at the Vivo Energy fuel depot at the Shell Depot on 7th Street in Kampala's Industrial sector has harmed several individuals, according to reports.

A fire at the Vivo Energy fuel depot at the Shell Depot on 7th Street in Kampala’s Industrial sector has harmed several individuals, according to reports. The fire was swiftly extinguished.

The police station in Kabalagala verified that a fire had broken out at the Vivo Energy Uganda facility. The fire started at 5 p.m., but it was quickly put out by the Vivo energy team and the Police Fire Prevention and Rescue Services.

Vivo Energy issued the following statement:

Vivo Energy Uganda, which distributes and marketing Shell products and services in Uganda, can confirm that a fire broke out today at its Kampala Depot, which is located on 7th Street Industrial Area.

The fire was quickly put out because to Vivo Energy’s strong emergency measures, and the fire was contained within the building.

To respond to the occurrence and investigate the situation, we are working closely with the appropriate authorities. We are currently unable to provide any additional information; however, we will do so as soon as possible.

In Africa, Vivo Energy is the corporation that owns the Shell brand. Shell’s world-class fuels and lubricants are sourced, distributed, marketed, and supplied to retail and commercial clients across the continent.

Shell service stations may be found in 15 African countries, and our presence is strong and rising. Shell lubricants are also sold in an increasing number of other African markets.

We’re in Africa, growing our business and creating opportunities for our employees, customers, partners, and local communities with and for Africans.

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