Compe! Tanzania Taifa Gas open doors in Kenya selling 6Kg gas at Sh 800
The monopoly of K-gas and Hashi has been broken by a new Tanzanian company called Taifa Gas, giving Kenyans a reason to celebrate.


All oil products, including gasoline, diesel, and cooking gas, have seen consistent price increases over the past few months due to the worldwide economic downturn brought on by the COVID-19 outbreak and the conflict between Russia and Ukraine in Europe.


The monopoly of K-gas and Hashi has been broken by a new Tanzanian company called Taifa Gas, giving Kenyans a reason to celebrate. 


Taifa Gas was granted a license by Kenya's ministry of energy and petroleum to develop a competitive advantage there.


The monopoly of K-gas and Hashi has been broken by a new Tanzanian company called Taifa Gas, giving Kenyans a reason to celebrate.

Speaking to a local media outlet, the company's chief executive officer revealed that the 6 kg cylinder will be sold for Sh 1200 when it is filled for Sh 800 , a price reduction of 50% from the current market price.


The director of Kenya's energy and petroleum regulatory authority confirmed his views by saying that businesses in Kenya will no longer be able to take advantage of people.

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