From Monday March 15, Kenyans will have to pay more for Kerosene, Petrol and Diesel, after the product price increased once more again.
The Energy and Petroleum Authority [EPRA], announced the increment in its latest review on Sunday 14, March. The price of super petrol increased by 7.63 to retail at Ksh 122.81 per litre in Nairobi.
The price of one litre of diesel increased by 5.75to retail at Ksh.107.66 per litre. Kerosene will rise by sh 5.41 to be sold at Ksh. 97.85.
The energy body said the change in this month price comes are as result of the average increase of landed cost of imported super petrol, diesel and Kerosene. It also revealed that the new prices were inclusive of the 8%VAT.
By: Mikey Mugutsu