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A week after the National Assembly Finance Committee tabled its report on pump prices, the Petroleum Products' (Taxes & Levies) Amendment Bill 2021 is out. The latest developmengovernment comes few days after the government reviewed the taxes and levies on the petroleum Products in the country.
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Kenyans are watching with bated breath to see how petrol prices will change over the coming month. Even though global oil prices soared last month due to limited supply and increasing demand due to the global economy's revival, EPRA is under intense public pressure to cut the cost of the commodity.
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 .
In Kenya, the prices of petroleum products have been increasing at a devastating rates forcing many Kenyan's to dig deep into their pockets in thirst to get the valuable resources. Debates about the fuel prices have however continued and to caution Kenyan's from these high prices, the National Assembly Finance and Planning Committee is recommending the followings amendments on taxes and levies charged on fuel.
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Kenyans may breathe a sigh of relief at the gas station after the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority cut the prices of all three types of gasoline in its most recent assessment (EPRA). From midnight on Friday, the price of gasoline and diesel will be Ksh.5 cheaper, while kerosene will be Ksh.7.28 cheaper.
Lawmakers have proposed a reduction in the Petroleum Operating Tax (PDL) applied to gasoline and Super diesel from 5.40 shillings to 2.90 shillings. Members of parliament yesterday recommended huge cuts in taxes and levies imposed on petroleum products, a move that could lead to lower fuel costs down to Sh100 from the current Sh134.
photo: Ukuru Yattani. The Cabinet Secretary of Energy Monica Juma, Ukuru Yattani who is the Treasury hae been sued along with KRA, EPRA and attorney general Kihara Kariuki for failing to cushion Kenyans on the high prices of fuels. They have been sued by the Kenya Human Rights Commission who argues that the government has failed to intervene to Kenyans who are already feeling the pain of the pandemic.
Kenyans have been feeling the pinch on the increased fuel prices for sometime now imposed by the Energy And Petroleum Regulatory Authority. This attracted mixed reactions from different leaders the latest being the deputy president Dr William Ruto who pointed out that cartels at the Ministry of Petroleum have been reaping high profits from the high prices.
Homabay Woman Representative, Gladys Wanga, who doubles as the chairman of the National Assembly Finance and Planning Committee(NAFPC) proposed a motion to reduce the cost of file by lowering the taxes levied on the fuel products. This move is meant to help the citizens who are faced by high cost of living as a result of the pandemic.
Kenyans will start enjoying lower fuel prices following recommendations by MPs to slash the burdening taxes. The fuel prices in Kenya rose to force ordinary Kenyans to dig deeper into their pockets in order to purchase fuel and related products. The Finance committee of the National Assembly recommended the cuts in a report tabled on Tuesday.
There was a widely publicized tension among parents after school heads sent newsletters to them demanding students to report with school fees for the second term. However, the government through the Ministry of Education has announced plans to manage the looming crisis. Appearing before the members of Parliament on Thursday, October 7, Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha has assured school heads that there will be no cash crunch, when learners resume classes next week on Tuesday, October 12.
Members of the public will start enjoying lower fuel prices following recommendations by the members of the parliament to lower the burdening taxes by nearly a half. National assembly finance committee has recommended the cut in a report that was tabled before the floor of the house. Homabay woman representative honourable Gladys Wanga who is the chairperson of the national assembly finance committee proposed to reduce the petroleum development levy charged on each litre of fuel.
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Members of the public are set to enjoy reduced fuel prices following the move by members of the national assembly to slash taxes charged on the product by half. National assembly finance and planning committee issued a statement which indicated that members of the parliament had recommended the reduction on development levy on petroleum and diesel products.