Fuel Prices increase by over KES 20 for September – October

The fuel subsidy for petrol in Kenya has been removed. However, the subsidies for Kerosene and Diesel have been maintained. This move leads to petrol prices increasing by KES 20.18. EPRA says, ”the subsidy for super petrol has been removed, a subsidy of KES 20.82/litre and KES 26.25/litre has been retained for Diesel and Kerosene respectively in order to cushion consumers from the otherwise high prices.”

The new prices will be effective across the country between 15th September to 14th October 2022. The prices are inclusive of the 8% Value Added Tax (VAT) in line with the provisions of the Finance Act 2018, the Tax Laws (Amendment) Act 2020 and the revised rates for excise duty adjusted for inflation as per Legal Notice No. 194 of 2020.

New Fuel Prices in Nairobi per litre:

  • Petrol will retail at KES 179.30
  • Diesel will retail at KES 165.00
  • Kerosene will retail at KES 147.94

New Fuel Prices in Kisumu per litre: 

  • Petrol – KES 179.50
  • Diesel – KES 165.70
  • Kerosene – KES 148.66

New Fuel prices in Mombasa per litre: 

  • Petrol – KES 176.98
  • Diesel – KES 162.76
  • Kerosene – KES 145.69

Fuel Prices in Nakuru per litre: 

  • Petrol – KES 178.62
  • Diesel – KES 164.83
  • Kerosene – KES 147.79

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