Government subsidises fuel to keep pump prices flat

Fuel prices will remain unchanged over the next one month after the government subsidised pump prices by up to 74 shillings and 17 cents to cushion Kenyans from higher prices. The Energy Petroleum and Regulatory Authority indicates that a litre of super petrol has been subsidized by 54 shillings and 91 cents, diesel by 66 shillings and 17 cents and Kerosene by 74 shillings and 17 cents.


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