Kenyans will now breath a sigh of relief after the Energy Regulatory Commission reduced pump prices in its latest review.
In the new revised prices posted by the Commission, Super Petrol, Diesel and kerosene have decreased by Sh9.33, Sh10.04 and Sh3.53 per litre respectively.
In Nairobi, a litre of Super Petrol will now retail at Sh104.21 down from Sh113.54 announced in December 2018.
A litre of Diesel has also gone down from Sh112.28 in the last review to Sh102.24.
Kerosene has also reduced to Sh101.70 from the previous Sh105.22 per litre.
This the commission said is an equivalent of 14.87 per cent, 14.71 per cent and 8.62 per cent in the same order
n Mombasa, motorists will enjoy the lowest fuel costs, with a litre of petrol in the coastal cityretailing at Sh101.60, diesel at Sh99.60 and kerosene at Sh99.09.
In Nakuru, a litre of petrol will now be sold at Sh104.73, diesel and kerosene at Sh102.94 and Sh102.41 respectively.
Motorists in Kisumu will pay Sh105.73 for petrol, while the pump prices for diesel and Kerosene have been set at Sh103.94 and Sh103.40 respectively.
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