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BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,14TH OCT 2019– Motorists across the country are a happy lot after the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) announced the reduction in prices of super petrol and diesel in its latest maximum pump prices review.
Petrol users will count the largest relief having seen the biggest slash in costs by Ksh.4.76 per liter.
Diesel users will meanwhile see a marginal relief to the product’s pricing in a marginal Ksh.1.08 decrease in costs.
The price of kerosene has however been increased by 44 cents per litre.
EPRA has attributed the adjustments to variations in the average landed cost of petroleum products during the month of September even as the overall costs of lifted free on-board oil increased by 3.4 percent.
petrol will retail at Ksh.108.05 per liter and diesel at Ksh.101.96 beginning midnight on Monday in Nairobi.
The cost of kerosene per liter will meanwhile rise to Ksh.101.08 following the upward adjustment to its maximum cost.