The cost of super petrol will starting midnight rise further and will retail at Sh112.20 per litre in Nairobi, up until August 14, 2018.
Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has in the latest fuel prices review increased the cost of Petrol by Sh3.39 per litre.
Diesel and kerosene prices have however gone down by Sh0.35 and Sh0.14 per litre respectively.
“Average landed cost of imported Super Petrol increased by 5.54 percent, diesel decreased by 1.11 percent and kerosene went down by 1.91 percent,” ERC said in a statement.
In Nairobi, a litre of super petrol will retail at Sh112.20, diesel at Sh103.25 and kerosene at Sh85.73.
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In Mombasa, a litre of Petrol will go for Sh108.90, Sh99.96 per litre for diesel, and Sh82.94 for Kerosene.
Super petrol will retail at Sh114.12, diesel at Sh105.39 and kerosene at Sh87.61 in Kisumu.
While in Nakuru, motorists will part with Sh112.87 for Super Petrol, Sh104.14 for diesel and Sh86.54 for kerosene per litre. Eldoret residents will pay Sh114.05 per litre of Super Petrol, Sh105.39 for diesel and Sh87.61 for kerosene.
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