It is bad news for motorists using super petrol as they will have to pay Shs.3.56 more for the commodity as EPRA announced May-June pump prices.
In Nairobi, the pump prices for super petrol settled at Shs.126.37, Shs.123.95 for Mombasa motorists, and Shs.126.90 in Kisumu with the highest being in Mandera retailing at Shs.139.41.
The Authority said price hike in petrol is against a 0.6 per cent decrease in the average landing cost.
EPRA however, spared the users of Diesel and Kerosene as their prices remained unchanged.
see full list; https://www.epra.go.ke/services/petroleum/petroleum-prices/
The authority has assured the public of its continued commitment to the observance of fair competition and protection of the interests of both consumers and investors in the energy and petroleum sectors.
Last month, a last-minute intervention by the National Treasury after a public uproar on expected fuel prices increase forced the energy agency to retain pump prices.
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