JUST IN: Govt Announces New Electricity Bills Days After Kplc Got Summoned In Parliament
( Photo courtesy of President William Ruto during a past event) Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority ( EPRA) on 22th May evening made a major announcement concerning the prices of electricity tariffs just a day after being exposed in Parliament by lawmakers. Speaking via his official twitter handle, Seth olale opined that EPRA has announced new electricity tariffs effective April 1st.
Afadhali Uhuru, we Regret, Nandi Hustlers Cries Out Saying their Own is 'Killing' them With Hunger
The tough economic times seems not to be sparing anyone and things are becoming difficult for every Kenyan despite where you voted in the last year's general election. When William Ruto was campaigning for the top job, he made numerous promises that he will change the lives of Kenyans by lowering the cost of living and help the low mwanaichi have a decent live.
JUST IN: Govt Sets Ksh200k Penalty to Kenyans With Cooking Gas Who Will Fail to do This Within 48hrs
Photo Courtesy of Kenya's Head of State Dr William Samoei Ruto and cooking gas cylinders outside a retail shop. The Kenyan Government has today broken silence with a powerful message to all Kenyan citizens with cooking gas. Addressing via the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority today the 17th of May 2023, the Kenyan Government has institutionalized an ultimatum for all Kenyan citizens with cooking gas to report LPG related accidents.
Bad News as Kenyans Are Cautioned Against Using This Type of Fuel a Week After EPRA's Review
( Photo courtesy of President William Ruto during a past event) Days after Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority ( EPRA) reviewed new fuel prices across the country, motorists have now been warned against using a certain type of fuel by Nairobi based insurance company. As relayed by a report covered on kenyans.co.ke, Kenyans have been warned against using liquefied petroleum gas ( LPG) at the expense of petrol.
Pain For The "Hustlers" As Ruto's Government Set To Announce The Following
After the product's subsidy was eliminated, kerosene costs increased by 9.4%, which will be felt most hard by low-income households. With recent sharp increases in commodity costs, many Kenyans have been left behind. The most recent hike in fuel prices may come as a shock to many Kenyans.
"Wakenya Wamerambwa" Prices of Unga, Fuel, Bread and Salt Since Ruto Took Over From Uhuru Kenyatta
Due to the high cost of living, most Kenyans are having trouble making ends meet. President William Ruto promised to reduce the cost of living through the bottom-up economic paradigm, yet since he assumed office, prices of essential necessities have soared. Ruto campaigned on a platform that included lowering household expenses during his first 100 days in office.
JUST IN:Azimio Leader Raila Odinga Breaks Silence on the Rise of Fuel Prices; Criticizes Price Hikes
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) recently announced an increase in the prices of retail fuel. Super petrol will see a hike of Ksh.3.4 per liter, while diesel will rise by Ksh.6.4 per liter and kerosene by Ksh.15.19 per liter. The decision has sparked concerns among citizens, further compounded by the continued depreciation of the Kenyan Shilling.
“Ruto Ametusahau Baada Ya Kuingia Ikulu" Section Of Kenyans Regret As Prices Of Fuel Increase
A section of Kenyans from Mount Kenya have today claimed that President William Ruto has betrayed them following Monday's increase in prices of fuel. Seemingly bitter Kenyans regretted that this increase will force them to dig deeper into their pockets amid tough economic times. Picture of Mount Kenya leaders during Press Briefing.
New Fuel Prices In Mombasa, Kisumu, And Eldoret As Announced By Ruto's Government Last Night
As is customary, the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) issued a new evaluation of fuel prices for Kenyans on the evening of the 14th of May. The statement was made by the authorities via their official Twitter handle. They also revealed new pricing for petrol in major cities, including Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret, Nakuru, and Kakamega.
NEWS JUST IN: Matatu Bosses Announce Fare Hike Hours After EPRA Increased Fuel Prices
Hours after the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) announced an increase in fuel prices, Branden Marshall, an official of the Association of Matatu Operators (AMO), noted that this would affect passengers traveling to the Western region, Coast, and other destinations from the Central Business District (CBD).
More Pain To Hustlers As Government Slaps Them With Fuel Price Increment Yet Again
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has announced a significant rise in the price of kerosene for the period between May 15 and June 14. In Nairobi, the price per liter of kerosene has been increased by Sh15.19, reaching a total of Sh161.13. EPRA clarified in a press statement on Sunday that the subsidies previously provided for diesel and kerosene have been removed.
Tighten Up Your Belts, Hustlers Told as Sugar Hits sh 420, Unga sh 230, Petrol Heading sh 200
Kenyans will continue to feel the hard economic times as the cost of basic commodities continue to skyrocket. In the recent days, prices of goods like cooking oil, unga, sugar, cooking gas, tokens, and others have been on a rise leaving a majority of Kenyans with no option but to reduce consumption as others skips meals.
Fuel Price Hiked See Price Per Litre
On May 14th, 2023, the Kenyan government announced a significant increase in the price of gasoline, diesel, and kerosene. The price increase was attributed to the rising cost of importing fuel, which has been exacerbated by global market forces. Many Kenyans rely heavily on fuel for their daily activities, and the price increase is expected to have a ripple effect on the economy.
Demonstration Rocks Naivasha As Residents Hold A Protest Demanding This From Ruto's Gov't
Despite Kenya's poor economic circumstances, the Kwanza government has increased the cost of a variety of commodities. The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has declared that new gas pricing will take effect from May 15 to June 14, 2023. The cost of diesel has gone up by Ksh6.40 per liter, kerosene has gone up by Ksh15.19 per liter, and super gasoline has climbed by Ksh3.40 per liter.
Matatu Bosses Hike Fare Prices In These Areas A Day After President Ruto Doubles The Fuel Tax To 16%
Hours after President William Samoei Ruto's government increased the fuel tax from 8 per cent to 16 per cent, the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) increased their fuel prices. The move prompted the matatu owners to increase fares for long distance travellers across the country in a bid to cushion the operators from running into losses.
Matatu Bosses Announce Fare Hike Following Raised Fuel Prices
Hours after the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) raised fuel prices, matatu bosses revealed that fares for long-distance passengers will rise across the country as part of measures to slow down operators. According to the official Branden Marshall of AMO (Association of Matatu Operators), this would affect passengers traveling to the Western Region and the coast from Central Business District (CBD) among others.
JUST IN: EPRA Breaks Silence With a Major Announcement on Fuel Prices.
After a protracted period of silence, the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority has made a significant announcement regarding fuel prices. In an exclusive interview with the Business Daily today, Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority Director General Daniel Kiptoo disclosed that the state agency would reinstate controls over fuel wholesale and retail pricing.
"Kumbe Ilikuwa Namna Hii." See What Nandi Hustlers are Saying About The Tough Economy.
Amid tough economic times, it is evident that no one in Kenya is being spared, regardless of their voting choices in the previous year's general election. During his campaign for the top job, William Ruto made numerous promises to improve the lives of Kenyans by reducing the cost of living and assisting the less privileged to have a decent life.
New Fuel Prices in Nairobi, Kisumu, Eldoret, Nakuru, Kakamega and Mombasa as Announced by EPRA
On the evening of the 14th of May, the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) announced its regular review of fuel prices in Kenya. The authorities also announced new fuel rates via its official Twitter account for major cities like Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret, Nakuru, and Kakamega.
Tough Times Ahead as Matatu Fares to Increase for All Travellers Across the Country
Most Kenyans depends on public service vehicles for long and short distance travel across the country, it is believed that most citizens move from rural to urban areas to search for employment opportunities. Matatu sector is among the key sectors that the government depends in revenue collection In a statement that has left Kenyans wondering, matatu bosses have resolved to increase matatu fares due to the hike in fuel prices.