Kenya has experienced the rise of petrol price which has contributed to high expenses of transporting goods and services from one town to another. In addition, public service vehicles had to rise the bus fare from one place to another, for example from Nairobi to Eldoret was 800 shillings but now is 1,200 shillings.
Kenyans had breathed a sigh of relief after the government allowed all public service vehicles to carry full capacity since the bus fare had gone down. The rise of petrol price changed everything despite hopes that parliament shall pass the bill that will see the price go down. Today let's have a look at the bus fare from Nairobi to Bungoma through Eldoret town.
The current bus fare from Nairobi to Bungoma direct is 1,500 shillings and from Nairobi to Eldoret is 1,100 shillings. From Eldoret to Bungoma town is 450 shillings, this means that those who will make a stop over at Eldoret town for some reasons shall have to pay some extra 50 shillings to Bungoma town. The bus fare also varies depending on the bus company you are travelling with.
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