15 February 2013

Kenya: Diesel, Kerosene to Cost More After Price Review

Kerosene will be sold at a maximum of 85.93 shillings per litre in Nairobi while diesel will be sold at 106.20 shillings after their prices rose by 2.07 shillings and 2.21shillings respectively.

Super petrol prices in Nairobi rose by 1.97 shillings and will retail for 113.57. This comes after the latest fuel price review which signals a likely increase in the cost of living with most producers and businesses likely to pass on the extra cost to consumers.

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