The price of petrol increased from KSh 106.99 to KSh 115.18, diesel increased from KSh 96.440 to KSh 101.91 while paraffin hiked from KSh 87.12 to KSh 92.44 – EPRA attributed the price hikes to “increased landing cost” of the commodities that control most consumer products’ prices, including transportation – The landing cost of super petrol increasing by 20.93%, diesel’s increased by 13.64% while the landing cost of kerosene increased by 14.60% – The new prices threaten to further increase the cost of living which is already unbearable for many Kenyans Attention: Join TUKO.co.ke Telegram channel! Never miss important updates. From Monday, February 15, Kenyans will dig deeper into their pockets to pay for paraffin, petrol and diesel after the commodities’ prices increase.
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