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Fuel prices drop by Sh 1 in latest review, Kenyans expected more

Fuel prices have dropped by Sh1 in the latest review, but Kenyans wanted a bigger drop to reduce the cost of living that has skyrocketed.

The drop was announced in a statement on Monday by the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA).

The price change applies to a litre of Super Petrol, diesel and Kerosene.

A litre of super petrol to retail at Sh177.30, diesel Sh162 and kerosene at Sh145.94.

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