Kenyans have expressed their dissatisfaction with a considerable increase in the price of fuel.

Following an announcement by the Energy Petroleum Regulatory Authority, the price of this valuable commodity reached an all-time high in the country (EPRA).
EPRA declared in a statement that the price of a liter of super fuel would rise by Sh7.58.

Similarly, the price of a liter of petrol has risen by Sh7.94, while the price of a liter of kerosene has risen by Sh12.97.

As a result, Super Petrol, Diesel, and Kerosene will now cost Sh134.72, Sh115.60, and Sh110.82 per liter in Nairobi, respectively.
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