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Kenyans Asked To Be On The Look Out For Adulterated Fuel As Prices Increase

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The energy Regulatory commission (ERC) has warned Kenyans of the presence of adulterated fuel in the market. This fuel that has been mixed with other substances.

“Motorists who experience jerking, loss of engine power and excessive smoke from the vehicle’s exhaust after refueling are urged to immediately report the matter to the Commission through info@erc.go.ke,” public notice stated

Motorists have been asked to be careful and report any signs of excessive smoke or loss of engine power. This comes in the wake of the increase in fuel prices starting midnight of today.

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The price of Kerosene price goes up by Sh5.88, Super petrol Sh1.64, diesel Sh5.88 in the latest fuel prices announced by the ERC . The increase in prices are a result of the average landed price increasing

This is an increase from the prices that were set for the month of May. This year the prices have only dropped once  but since then the y have been escalating monthly.

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