There will be no relief for motorists and manufacturers after the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) on Saturday announced higher fuel prices.
The cost of super petrol and diesel has gone up by Sh0.28 and Sh2.44 per litre respectively.
Users of kerosene were, however, spared as the price of the commodity went down by Sh3.31 per litre.
In Nairobi, a litre of Super petrol will now retail at Sh112.81; diesel at Sh103.04 and kerosene Sh100.64 starting midnight.
In Mombasa, a litre of super petrol will sell at Sh113.30, diesel at Sh103.74 while kerosene will be Sh101.35.
In Nakuru the three products will be sold at Sh109.89, Sh97.97 and Sh101.32 per litre respectively.
In Kisumu, motorists will pay Sh114.29 for super petrol, Sh104.74 for diesel and Sh102.35 for kerosene, whereas in Eldoret, they will pay Sh114.29, Sh104.74 and Sh102.35 respectively.
Last month, the price of super petrol and diesel reduced by Sh2.86 and Sh3.28 per litre respectively while that of kerosene went up by Sh1.98 per litre.
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