Photo courtesy of cooking gas cylinders.
EPRA has today, the 5th day of October, 2022 declared plans to control cooking gas prices in the country.
Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority articulated that it has submitted new proposals to control the prices of cooking gas in the country.
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority divulged that it plans to institute a regulatory frame work for controlling the prices of the commodity in a devoted move fostered towards protecting kenyans from over pricing by local retailers.
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority Director General Daniel Kiptoo has today announced that the control in the prices of cooking gas by the government will go a long was in ensuring effectiveness in the sector.
It is essentially worth noting that the prices of cooking gas in the country are not regulated by the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority, a factor that has made a number of local retailers take advantage and increase the prices of the commodity at will.
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