Kenyans are currently suffering due to inflation caused by removal of subsidies in various commodities that were put in in place by the previous government under Retired President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Since his inauguration, His Excellency President William Ruto has been on the spotlight for increased food prices and fuel. President Ruto scrapped off subsidies in various items such as maize meal, and fuel causing an inflated economy rendering Kenyans to high cost of living.
Ahead of new year, Kenyans have been hit by as shocker as the government is set further scrap off fuel subsidy as revealed by our reliable sources of information. In the latest revised fuel prices by the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA), prices remained unchanged from the previous month's revision.
Currently Kenyans are buying The prices of Super petrol remain unchanged and will retail at Ksh177 for Super Petrol, Diesel at Ksh162, and Kerosene at Ksh145.9 per litre.
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