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JUST IN: Government Declares 10 Million Fine For All Petrol Stations That Will Be Caught Doing This.

Hello and welcome back again for another great Article. The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA), Has Warned all Persons Selling petroleum products that they would be liable to a Ksh10 million fine or a term of imprisonment of not less than five years if found retailing above the recommended price by the authority.

(Photo Courtesy Of President William Samoei Ruto)

Petroleum dealers were put on notice that the authority would not hesitate to revoke their licenses if found storing or offering the sale of adulterated or export bound petroleum products.

"In accordance with Section 99 of the Petroleum Act No. 2 of 2019 (the Act), says that any person convicted of retailing petroleum products above the recommended price shall be liable to a fine of not less than ten (10) million Kenya Shillings"

Car Owner in Nairobi will pay Ksh177.30 for Super Petrol, Ksh162 for Diesel, and Ksh145.94 for Kerosene per litre. While those in Mombasa will part with Ksh174.98 for Super Petrol, Ksh159.76 for Diesel, and Ksh143.69 for Kerosene per litre.

Those in Nakuru will pay Ksh176.62 for Super Petrol, Ksh161.83 for Diesel, and Ksh145.79 for Kerosene per litre. On the other hand, motorists in Eldoret will part with Ksh177.50 for Super Petrol, Ksh162.72 for Diesel, and Ksh146.67 for Kerosene per litre. Kisumu motorists will pay Ksh 177.50 for Super Petrol, Ksh 162.70 for Diesel and Ksh 146.66 for Kerosene.



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