Photo courtesy of a 90Kg bag of maize. Kenyans can now breathe with a sigh of relief after the prices of a 90Kg bag of maize reduced significantly across distinguished local destinations. In Eldoret, the price of a 90Kg bag of Maize has reduced from Ksh 6000 to Ksh 5,600 while in Kisumu City the price has declined from Ksh 5,900 to Ksh 5,400.
Naivas has caught people's attention on social media. This is after they shared this latest price of Unga at their supermarkets, a price that netizens can't stop talking about it. According their latest Facebook post, Naivas supermarkets are today selling 'Soko' Unga for 189/- from 202/-.
President Uhuru Kenyatta in a couple of weeks ago had ordered they the prices of unga should be retailed at Ksh 100 per bag but that has not since taken effect. Martha Karua has now revealed why the price of Unga is retailing at Ksh 230 despite President Uhuru's order to be reduced to ksh 100 per 2kg of the bag.
Campaign rallies are now slowly turning into comedy theaters. The campaigns are now on heat as the August general election is just around the corner. Politicians have now invested into different kinds of strategies in taming voters for votes favors. Some of the politicians have now turned campaign rallies into comedy theaters.
Kenyans across the country can now breathe a sigh of relief after the upcoming Naivas Supermarket revealed new cooking oil prices for the 'Salit' and 'Rina' brands. Naivas Supermarket announced on its official Facebook page that 3 litres of 'Salit' cooking oil, which was previously priced at Ksh 1,218, will now cost Ksh 899.
In the country, there hundreds of Kenyans who like eating ugali. Most of them are now able to buy maize flour after the government reduced the prices of 2kg from ksh230 to Ksh100. The Ministry of Agriculture is working tirelessly to make sure all Kenyans have adequate food.
Naivas has left Kenyans talking on different social media platforms. This is after they reduced the price of cooking oil, something that netizens can't stop talking about it on social media. According to Naivas, the price of cooking oil is reducing everyday at their supermarkets where by they wrote saying that:
Telcos and the Communication Authority CA have negotiated an out-of-court settlement that will allow for cheaper voice call prices. image provided After hearing about the lovely settlement, Kenyans will now have a reason to grin because all parties involved achieved an agreement. Following the escalation by the telco firms earlier this year, voice calls are currently being made at a high rate.
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JUST IN: Relief For Kenyans as Naivas Supermarket Unveils New Price of 2 Major Brands of Cooking oil
Photo courtesy of 3 litres and 5 litres of 'Rina' and 'Salit' cooking oil respectively. Kenyans across the country can now breathe with a sigh of relief after the imminent Naivas Supermarket unraveled news prices for 'Salit' and 'Rina' brands of cooking oil. Speaking via its official Facebook page, Naivas Supermarket articulated that 3 litres of 'Salit' cooking oil which was retailing previously at Ksh 1,218 will now be going for Ksh 899.
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Kenyans can now breathe a sigh of relief after the price of a 90kg bag of maize dropped significantly across a number of prestigious local destinations. The price of a 90kg bag of maize in Eldoret has dropped from Ksh 6000 to Ksh 5,600, while in Kisumu City the price has dropped from Ksh 5,900 to Ksh 5,400.
Truth has finally Emerged about hundreds of Ugandans sneaking into Kenya just days to August. This news coming after a section of Azimio Presidential candidate Hon Raila Amollo Odinga's team claimed a possible plan to rig Election, now reveals that Ugandans are sneaking into Kenya through the Busia boarder to evade escalating fuel prices which have disrupted their finances and pushed the cost of living higher.
When inflationary pressures began to build due to rising commodity prices, it began tiny. However, in light of recent significant shifts in consumer purchasing, retailers are now observing a full-fledged hunt for discounted products in their stores. Retail chain owners claim that consumers are favouring discounted goods, smaller packs or less expensive options to hoard and hedging against future price increases since they are strapped for cash. What they are observing is that Kenyans have turned into bargain
The news that petrol prices would be dropping was good news for drivers; it is anticipated that this will happen by Wednesday. In the past few months, fuel prices have been rising quickly, and they are currently sitting at R24 per litter. This has caused the cost of transportation to rise as well, making the taxi industry and other transportation businesses less profitable. Diesel will cost between 88 and 91 cents less starting on Wednesday, which will provide motorists with some relief since fuel has been expensive.
Recently, President Uhuru Kenyatta ordered that the price of unga be retailed at Ksh 100 per bag but that order has not yet come into effect. In spite of President Uhuru's directive to lower the price to Ksh 100 per 2kg of the bag, Martha Karua has now explained why unga is still being sold for Ksh 230 per bag.
It is with deep concern to many Kenyans since there is insufficient supply of maize flour across the country. This is evident especially in supermarkets since they are displaying empty shelves claiming that the government subsidized UNGA is no where to be found. Since his Excellence president Uhuru Kenyatta ordered the price of UNGA to reduce to Ksh 100 per 2kg packet, Kenyans have been in constant fight of purchasing as many packets as possible for fearing that the price may shoot again to over Ksh 200 per 2kg.
Kenyans are now worried on why the price of Unga is never going down despite a clear directive from the ministry of Agriculture. Answering the question, Azimio running mate Martha Karua has broken silence and clarified on the issue revealing why the price of Unga has not gone down.
The government spokesperson Cyrus Oguna has stated that traders caught selling 2kg packet of Unga above 100 shillings will be arrested and prosecuted. This is after President Uhuru Kenyatta ordered the price of Unga to be dropped to 109 shillings following an agreement meeting with the investors. Oguna also claimed that the government has released enough funds to compensate and cushion the small-scale traders from getting losses.
The cost of living in the country has gone up of recent due to the rise in prices of fuel. Also the shortage of fuel in the country has seen prices of common commodities rise by large margin in the country. This period of election has had a big impact on the cost of the living standards in the nation.