How Fuel is Retailing in Major Towns in Kenya

The Energy Petroleum and Regulatory Authority (EPRA) announced changes in fuel prices in its monthly review, with prices for April-May reflecting a relief to motorists across Kenya.

Nairobi motorists, in particular, will benefit from the reduced fuel prices, with Super Petrol now priced at Ksh.193.84 per litre.

Diesel will retail at Ksh.180.38 per litre, and Kerosene at Ksh170.06 per litre.

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Mombasa residents will purchase super petrol at Ksh.190.66, Diesel at Ksh.177.21 and Kerosene at Ksh.166.99.

In Nakuru, the price of fuel will retail at Ksh.192.90 for super petrol, Diesel at Ksh.179.82 and Kerosene at Ksh.169.56.

The new prices took effect at midnight, April 14, with lower prices translating to savings for vehicle owners and operators.

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