Kenyans can now afford a smile after the government through the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority- EPRA reduced the cost of fuel in the country. Through an official statement on Thursday, October 14, 2021 afternoon, the Energy board announced that the fuel costs will reduce starting Thursday midnight.
There is no freedom yet following the reactions of the citizens who took to their social accounts to express their opinions concerning the new prices that have been set by the Energy and Petroleum Authority. The new changes came just two months after the energy body hiked the prices attracting massive anger among Kenyans.
The Energy And Petroleum Regulation Authority has finally heeded to the public out cry over the high price of Fuel. Through their official website, EPRA has Announced that they have calculated the new cost of fuel and set the maximum price the Commodity should be sold. According to the new changes, the cost of petrol will be going for Sh128.74 per litre in Nairobi which is a reduction of by Ksh.5 from Ksh.134.75.
Photo Courtesy. For the past few days, Kenyans on the internet have been complaining about the rising cost of fuel. Many were unhappy after the government failed to regulate Epra who have been charging Kenyans exorbitant fuel prices. The online uproar seems to have yielded results after Epra announced that fuel prices will decrease.
Oil marketers received Sh8.64 billion from the State in compensation for the five months to August when dealers kept fuel prices unchanged to diffuse public outrage. Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (Epra) Director General Daniel Kiptoo made the revelations Tuesday when he appeared before the National Assembly committee on Finance and National Planning.
While the price of petrol, kerosene and diesel retail at sh 134.72, sh 110.82 and sh 115.60 respectively in Nairobi, the price of fuel in Ethiopia is said to be friendly yet it is a landlocked country. According to the standard, one litre of petrol retails at ksh 51.57, kerosene sh 44.65 while one litre of diesel goes for ksh45.58.
Price Of Petrol And Diesel Drops By 5Ksh Per Litre, Kerosene Drops By 7.28 Ksh Per Liter. Thursday, 14th October 2021, Nairobi Kenya. The Energy Petroleum and Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has announced the new prices of petrol, diesel and kerosene and from the new prices, it's a major reprieve for Kenyan's after lot's of complaints last month over the fuel prices which were high.
"Thank You, Raila Odinga" those are the statement from the Orange Democratic Movement via their Communications Director after a reduction in the prices of Petrol, Diesel, and Kerosene. On Thursday, the Energy, Petroleum Regulatory Authority Committee has announced a reduction in the hiked the prices of fuel after a call out from leaders and Kenyans.
The price of fuel,petrol and Diesel have continued to increase over time due to fluctuations in the price in the world market. Moreover,Diesel and petrol when used in machineries have been known to cause pollution. They produce loud noise and emmits dangerous gases to the atmosphere.
Kenyans will soon benefit from lower fuel prices, according to a move by members of the National Assembly to halve the tax on the items. According to a statement obtained from the National Assembly Finance & Planning Committee, MPs suggested that the development fee on petroleum and diesel be reduced from Ksh5.40 to Ksh2.90 per litre.
The energy regulatory authority in the country EPRA, is on the limelight after increasing the prices of fuel with a higher margin than any other time in the recent past. Super fuel is retailing at Ksh 134 within the capital city which is an increase of 13 shillings from the previous sale figure.
Kenyans can now have a smile at last after the government led by President Uhuru Kenyatta announces the reduction of Fuel price which has recently turned into a common debate in the country. As stated by the body in charge of the Energy supply in the country Epra, the prices of petrol and diesel have dropped by 5 Kenyan shillings.
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Kenyans have expressed happiness after the government through the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority- EPRA reduced the cost of fuel in the country. Through an official statement on Thursday, October 14, 2021 afternoon, the Energy board has announced that the fuel costs will reduce starting Thursday midnight.
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The Fuel Nightmare: The Triggers Behind High Fuel Prices in Kenya As Compared to Neighboring Nations
The high prices of fuel experienced in Kenya have overwhelmed its citizen after it reached its highest-selling mark of Sh134.72 in petrol, Sh115.60 in Diesel and Sh110.82 in kerosene in Nairobi. However, Kenyans have questioned how the fuel prices have since doubled yet the landing cost of the fuel is relatively low.
Kenyans received a heartbreaking new from Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority as the prices of a Petrol, Diesel and kerosene were raised from their normal charges. The new Prices started operating on 15th September 2021. This made many Kenyans angry and they tried to protest to make the prices go down but all was in vain.
Kenyans received a heartbreaking new from Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority as the prices of a Petrol, Diesel and were raised from their normal charges. The new Prices started operating on 15th September 2021. According to the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA), the price of Petrol increased by Ksh.
The increase in fuel prices in Kenya over the recent few days have caused an uproar by Kenyan citizens. The price of petrol rose by Ksh 7.58,Diesel by Ksh 7.94 and Kerosene by 12. 97. The increase in fuel related prices has been the taking point by politicians who have blamed the government for the issue.Yesterday Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga made comments about the increase in prices of fuels.