Kenyans have today received good news following the emergence of confirmed reports that Oil exporters have airway surfaced the Govt with a detailed analysis showing that Cheap Fuel and energy at large will start recording a substantial drop starting in December.
According to the reports by Kenyans.co.ke, the petroleum outlets association of Kenya has told the head of state and his Govt that the Russian-Ukraine war that made the cost of living to escalate is almost coming to an end, a move that has allowed them to export the Cheap Fuel.
"Apart from the capping of Russian crude oil, fuel prices also dropped because of weakened global demand, according to POAK. Because of the aforementioned factors, Kenyans were expected to buy fuel at affordable prices over the festive season," Kenyans.co.ke reported.
Meanwhile, this will be the first time Kenyans are set to enjoy reduced prices of petroleum products since the Kenya Kwanza Government took over the Power.
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