Just after the government of Kenya increased the price of petrol from Ksh 127 to Ksh 137 many Kenyans were much angered with the government decision. This forced the member of parliament to table bill aimed at reducing the price of diesel and petrol in Kenya.
Today many Kenyans have left wondering why the government of kenya is increasing the price of diesel and petrol yet the jet fuel is at a standard price. According to the Kenyan Blogger @Magufuli Benjamin, he confirmed to many through his Facebook account that the price of jet is valued at Ksh 77 while the price of diesel/petrol is valued at Ksh 134 which is almost double the price of jet fuel.
This information has caused reactions online as money come up with their own views. Many Kenyans online claimed that jet price is valued at a standard price globally which makes the jet price to be low compared to petrol/diesel
Now Kenya's are now asking the government of Kenyan to reduce the price of diesel as increasing it makes the lives of poor kenya high especially those low income earners.
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