Fuel prices up by Sh 3.56 in the latest EPRA review

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 After months of debating about the Fuel prices by the EPRA, they have now revised the prices of fuel upwards by Sh 3.56.

The move comes after a letter from the Ministry acting Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority director Daniel Kiptoo indicated that the government will compensate oil marketers.

"The purpose of this letter is, therefore, to authorise EPRA to publish fuel prices for the period March 15 to April 14 to apply for the period April 15 to May 14," the letter reads in part.

However, last month there was a warning of an impending fuel price increase, leading to public uproar.

"Prices of super petrol, diesel and kerosene to remain unchanged for the next one month up to May 14 when next review is due," EPRA said without giving a reason for retaining retail prices.

Now the price increase will take effect from tomorrow despite the citizens' cry.

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