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Fuel Price Review: May 14th 2017 [SLIDESHOW]

Kenyan consumers will have to dig deeper into their pockets after the pump price of petrol and kerosene went up for the third month in a row, signalling a rise in the cost of living as prices of unga, milk, sugar and other basic products continue to spike.

However, there was some respite after the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) announced a drop in the price of diesel for the second month in a row.

Starting today, the pump price of petrol will increase by Sh1.59, Kerosene Sh0.90 but the cost of diesel will come down by Sh0.57 to retail at Sh99.59, Sh65.28, and Sh88.05 respectively in Nairobi. In Mombasa, a litre of super petrol will retail at Sh96.32, Kerosene Sh62.52 and Diesel at Sh84.79, the cheapest rates across the country.



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