A fuel pump. Kenyans will for the next one month fork out more money for fuel following latest price review by the regulator.

Kenyans will for the next one month enjoy affordable prices at the pump following a reduction in the maximum pump prices.

The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has reduced fuel prices in its mid-month review for the cost to reflect the crude price reduction on the international market.

This reduction is expected to offer Kenyans a reprieve at a time when the cost of living is off the rails.

In this review covering October 15 to November 14, kerosene users will have to dig deeper into their pockets for a litre of the commodity which will cost KShs 0.44 more per litre retailing at Ksh 101.08 in Nairobi.

For drivers, however, for a litre of super petrol, the price drops by Ksh 4.12 to Ksh 108.05 in Nairobi while diesel will retail at Ksh 101.96 shedding KShs 1.08.

In a statement, EPRA said:


Fuel Prices for Towns Across Kenya

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