In the pricing index released on Sunday, November 14, EPRA noted that the prices of petrol and diesel will not change for the next 30 days.
This means that the prices for petrol will retail at Ksh129.72 in Nairobi while diesel prices will retail at Ksh110.60. Kerosene, on the other hand, will retail at Ksh103.54.
A petrol station attendant pumping fuel into a car.
In Mombasa, petrol will retail at Ksh127.46, diesel at Ksh108.36 while kerosene will sell at Ksh101.29. In the case of Nakuru County, petrol will retail at Ksh129.24, diesel at Ksh120.43 and kerosene at Ksh103.39.Fuel prices have been a subject of contention among Kenyans who felt the pinch of the tough economic times after the prices had been increased during the month of September.
After an online uproar, the prices were reduced in the month of October whereby prices of petrol and diesel dropped by Ksh5 while kerosene dropped by Ksh7.28 per litre.
This saw the prices for petrol in Nairobi change from Ksh134.72 to Ksh129.72 while diesel prices dropped from Ksh115 to retail at Ksh110.60. Kerosene, on the other hand, dropped from Ksh110.2 to Ksh103.54.