Brace yourselves, fuel prices will rise by Ksh.10 every month until February - Moses Kuria warns
According to the Trade Cabinet Secretary, fuel prices in the country will continue to rise by at least Ksh.10 every month until February next year.
"Global Crude Prices are on an upward trajectory. For planning purposes expect pump prices to go up by Ksh 10 every month till February," Kuria posted on his official X account.
If CS Kuria's pronouncement is anything to go by, fuel prices in the country will soon retail for at least Ksh.250 a litre.
Global Crude Prices are on an upward trajectory. For planning purposes expect pump prices to go up by Ksh 10 every month till February
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) on Thursday announced that Super Petrol prices have now increased by Ksh.16.96, Diesel by Ksh.21.32, while Kerosene climbs the highest by Ksh.33.13 per litre.
The Authority’s Director General Daniel Kiptoo Bargoria noted that the increased prices were due to the weighted average cost of imported refined petroleum products.
The changes now mean Super Petrol in Nairobi will now be retailing at Ksh.211.64, Diesel at Ksh.200.99, and Kerosene will be Ksh.202.61 per litre.
The rates per litre in Mombasa will be, Super Petrol (Ksh.208.58), Diesel (Ksh.197.93) and Kerosene (Ksh.199.54) while in Kisumu; Super Petrol (Ksh.211.40), Diesel (Ksh.201.16) and Kerosene (Ksh.202.77).
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