In the country, there are several Kenyans who are struggling with high cost of living which has been also caused by high prices of fuels. Recently, EPRA increased the prices of fuels in the country by nine shillings.
According to the source, new details have just emerged about the prices of fuels in the country. As per the latest report shared by a well known source, it has been reported that Kenyans soon will start buying fuel at cheaper prices after the government revealed that from August it will start importing fuel form Saudi Arabia. I quote some statement from the source, "we already signed the MoU and the next phase is negotiating the contract terms, we are waiting on the as from last Sunday... The plan is to start trials in August, for two months and see the impact of the exclusive prices that Saudi Aramco will bring to us. Then we will fully start in October, " Leparan Who is also Chief executive revealed. These are good news to all Kenyans especially motorists because most of them have been forced to pay more for one litre of oil. Let us wait and see if the government will import more fuel from Saudi Arabia.
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