Vivo Energy Kenya has issued a notice over its demolished Shell Petrol Station said to have been constructed in Riparian land.
The petrol station was brought down last year, together with an adjoining complex housing the Java Chain of restaurants and a chemist.
The property worth billions of shillings was brought down by the Nairobi regeneration committee.
“VIVO wishes to notify the public that it owns a property with land reference number 4858/16 at Kileleshwa in Nairobi County” the statement says.
The property which was intially a petrol service station was unfortunately demolished on 6th August 2018 and had been in operation for 48 years.
According to a notice cum statement advertised in the Daily Nation, purchase, charge or deal with the property does so at their own risk”, the firm says.
VIVO Energy further warns that any acts of trespass on the property shall be countered with the full force of law, including both civil and criminal sanction.
Vivo also added that it will continue to provide reliable high quality products and services to its customers.The company distributes and markets shell-branded fuels and lubricants in Kenya.
It is not clear why the title has not been revoked despite the Government position that the Petrol Station was on Riparian land.