In the next 30 days kenyans will be forced to dig deep into their pocket for a litter of fuel, this is according to Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority’s (EPRA) statement that was issued today 14th September 2021.
According to the new adjustment, super petrol will now retail at ksh134.72, diesel at ksh 115.60, and kerosene at ksh 110.82 per litter in Nairobi and it’s environment.
In a detailed statement on Tuesday 14th Sept, the regulatory said the new price will take effect on 15th September 2021for the next 30 days.
“In accordance with Section 101(y) of the Petroleum Act 2019, EPRA has calculated the maximum wholesale and retail prices of petroleum products, which will be in force from September 15, 2021, to October 14, 2021. Super Petrol, Diesel and Kerosene will now retail at Kshs. 134.72, Kshs. 115.60 and Kshs. 110.82 per litre respectively in Nairobi starting today at midnight,” EPRA wrote on Facebook.
In Mombasa, petrol will retail at ksh 132.46, diesel at ksh 113.36 while kerosene will go at ksh 108.57 per litre.
In Nakuru, petrol will retail at ksh 134.24, diesel will retail at 115. 43 and kerosene will retail at ksh 110.67 per litre.
However, the news from EPRA has caused mayhem on social media as section of netizen are not happy with the changes due to high cost of living.