Kenyans were dealt a major blow in the early evening hours of today after key product prices increased in the country.
Kenyans living in prestigious local and regional destinations will have to dig deeper into their pockets to afford five critical products whose prices have risen.
According to a news bulletin from one of the local media stations, the prices of bottled water, beer, juices, wines, and chocolate increased today.
The Kenya Revenue Authority has imposed a higher excise duty on household goods, which has resulted in an increase in the prices of the aforementioned products.
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Petroleum products have been exempted from the increase in excise duty imposed by the Kenya Revenue Authority.https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1577001870987595796?t=Yapg2DmM7NjQeouem4vizA&s=19
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