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.
Over the past two months, Kenyans have witnessed a rise in the prices of fuel, ranging from Kerosene to Petrol. This rise in the fuel prices also affected the general prices of commodities consumed by majority of the Kenyan population, causing outcry from Kenyans against the government.
EPRA has revealed that the prices of Petrol, Diesel and Kerosene are going to remain constant refuting claims that they were going to increase the prices of these fuels on December. Photo:Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source, it has been revealed that EPRA has maintained that prices for these fuels are going to remain the same where a litre of petrol is going to run at ksh.
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.
Motorists are always advised to ensure that they are careful on the Kenyan Highways to avoid some of the accidents witnessed. Kenyans have too in the past been warned against going near Petrol Tankers when they overturn. Picture courtesy Last night, it's reported through social media that a petrol Tanker lost control and overturned on the Nyeri-Karatina Highway.
The government introduced the adulteration levy on kerosene fuel in the 2018 Finance act to match the retail prices of diesel as a means of checking companies or individuals that mix either petrol and diesel with kerosene and sell it to unsuspecting motorists. In return, the government was to provide 6 Kg gas cylinders plus gas, burners and grills and an additional one more refill, a 3-year project.
A big blow to Kenyans after the Government increases prices in Petrol, Diesel and Kerosene. Kenyans have received a heartbreaking new from Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority as the prices of a Petrol, Diesel and has raised from their normal charges. The new Prices will start operating on 15th September 2021.
Mark Mutongoi, a man who was caught red-handed recording a video of a woman in the washrooms has pleaded guilty to the act. The man is said to secretly follow a woman in the washrooms in a petrol station in Westlands, Nairobi county, and then strategically positioned his form in a way that he could easily see the woman inside.
Kenyans are confronting various difficulties over the addition of Petrol in the beyond couple of months. The public authority has been expanding the tax assessment from Petrol from 105 "recently" to 135 "current cost" Kenyans attempted exhibition over the expanded Petrol cost yet completely failed to receive any notice.
International crude oil prices having risen sharply in last six months. Major cause if increase in in petroleum in Kenya is due to imposition of new levy of value added tax and high levy of local tax. Despite the sharp increase in international crude oil price , the government of Kenya have been helping its citizens by placing subsidies.
Former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga had last week assured Kenyans that fuel prices would fall within a week. The ODM chief had stated that the government was working on reducing fuel prices after a recent public outcry before the October 14 review on fuel prices by the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA).
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Earlier this year in February,the prices of Super petrol and kerosene rose by 8.19 and 5.51 Shillings per litre.The move affected the transport sector adversely and increased the cost of transportation.Bus and matatu services had to increase the fares for the transportation services and the result saw many Kenyans stranded on roads especially in the capital Nairobi.
Cases of thugs attacking innocent Kenyans and robbing them of their phones have been on the rise in recent days. Many thugs have been captured by CCTV cameras and others video tapped snatching mobile phones and other valuables from innocent Kenyans then disappear from the scene of the crime using motorbikes.
On Tuesday, September 14th the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority, EPRA shocked millions of Kenyans by increasing the price of fuel. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. This saw the prices of Petrol, Diesel and Kerosene all at an all time high in a time where Kenyans are reeling from the effects of the Corona Virus.
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.
Kenyans On Twitter popularly known as (KOT) have opted to resurface an old photo of President Uhuru Kenyatta when he was Campaigning a few years ago, as they protest high fuel prices. (Photo courtesy) The photo in question was captured near a Petrol station and at that particular time, super petrol was retailing at Sh67.20 per litre.
A photo Motorists at Petrol station refuelling their vehicles Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) is a body that controls the fuel prices in Kenya.There is always fluctuations of fuel prices in the Country.
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has delivered a bad news to Kenyans in regard to the new changes in the prices of the super petrol, Diesel and kerosene as they have consequently increased from the previous prices.
Tough Times For Motorist's Ahead After Prices Of Petrol Increased By EPRA.The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has announced the increase of Petrol prices to a new high while the prices of Diesel and Kerosene will remain the same.This new increase comes after the first increament was done in March and then in May they were all retained at the same price by EPRA.