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.
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"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.
Kenyans can now breath a sigh of relief after the government of Kenya reduced the price of fuel for the next one month, According to the latest review by the Energy and Regulatory Authority the prices of one litre of petroleum of diesel have reduced by Ksh.5.While that of kerosene have reduced by ksh.7.28 .
As from tonight midnight the government has announced some relief to all Kenyans after the prices of Petrol and diesel fall by ksh. 5 and the price of Kerosene has fall by ksh 7.28 Kenyans had the following to say concerning the same information from EPRA. Rich stainer: Still there is no relief, it should be ksh.
For several weeks, Kenyans have been affected by the hiked fuel prices which rose to upto more than 125 Kenyan shillings per litre. Several leaders came out to rally for the reduction of the fuel prices which took weeks of negotiations between the Ministry of energy and Energy and Petroleum Regulation Authority.
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.
The challenge of fuel crisis leading to increase in price of oil products in Kenya is also an issue which most countries in the World faces. However, this impacts differently on each country and thus proper measures are laid by the individual government to set a good pricing for their citizens.
Kerosene is one of the most used oil in Nairobi and Kenya in general. It is used for different purposes, like fueling the Kerosene stoves, lighting the lamps, and many other puropses. However, in the past few days, many people were left dissapointed after the government announced the rising of fuel prices inculding Kerosene, diesel, and petrol.
The price of fuel in Kenya has increased the highest in the last 10 years. The high cost has been related to the authorities not drawing from a stabilization fund which is meant to keep the rates steady by compensating oil marketers for quoting lower prices. Higher oil prices tend to make production more expensive for businesses and also for households to do the things they normally do.
It is barely two days after Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority(EPRA) increased the fuel price in the Country. The move has brought many reactions from Kenyans who have blamed the government through EPRA for increasing fuel prices amidst the pandemic. Many have complained the increase in fuel price is going to make life difficult for them in every sector of the economy.
Francis Atwoli wants President Uhuru Kenyatta to answer on why the fuel price was increased at that value which is now affecting the country. According to the report which is being distributed by Citizen television this afternoon is Francis Atwoli message to President Uhuru Kenyatta that he wants him to give Kenyans a reason why fuel price was increased.
Petroleum products are expensive and starting such projects can make you pocket a good income daily. The good thing with opening Kerosene Pump is that you will always have customers daily just like when you open a diesel station or any other petroleum product pump. Kerosene is one of the commonly used petroleum products in Kenya.
The government of Kenya last week increased the fuel prices with additional of ksh 7 to ksh. 12 on petroleum products. The increase in prices of the petroleum products has made the commodities to also increase in their prices hence making life difficult to most Kenyans. Though Kenyans have lamented for increased price on petroleum products the government is yet to an official statement stating what prompted them to hike the prices.
Kenya has increased the cost of fuel to the highest shilling in a decade. The price of gasoline jumped from 6% to 134.72 shillings($1.23) per litre in the nation's capital, Nairobi as announced by the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority. The rates will be effective for a month starting September 15th
The price of fuel has been fluctuating in the world market hence there is no fixed price of fuel products including petrol, diesel and Kerosene. Fuel price fluctuations is influenced by decision on output made by Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Today Nandi County senator Wakili Kiprotich Cherargei had last week raised on the floor of the senate to question the rising prices of fuel done by the Energy and petroleum Regulatory Authority(EPPRA) which has burdened many Kenyans in this hard times of the especially covid-19 pandemic
Today in Kawangware the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi urges the government to review down the prices of the fuel which rosed in this month.For the next thirty days the petrol will be sold at 135 shillings, Disel 115 and Kerosene 110 shillings.There was an increase of fuel in march this year by 12 % but this month it has been above that.The fuel have not risen to that point for about ten years.
There are a lot of questions regarding the sudden rise of fuel price in Kenya. A litre of petrol in Nairobi now costs Ksh.134.72 rising from Ksh.127.14 as the price of diesel spikes to ksh.115.60 from ksh. 107.66. Kerosene has also increased in price from ksh.97.85 to ksh.110.82.
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The recent uproar in Kenya in the transport sector has been caused by the increarment in the fuel prices. In the new pricing announced on Tuesday this week, super petrol will retail at Sh134.72 per litre in Nairobi, a six per cent increase from Sh127.14 per litre.Diesel will retail at Sh115.6 over the next one month, also a sharp increase from Sh107.66.
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.