The price of bread in some shops has risen to Ksh. 55, two weeks ealier than the February date that the price was expected to hike.
This is represents a 10% increment further worsening the econom situation in the country.
This coupled with the government’s move to ease some of the cautions that were put in place to cushion low income earners from adverse effects of the pandemic is expected to hit Kenyans where it hurts most.
Yesterday the energy regulator announced an increase in fuel prices with Super Petrol now retailing at ksh. 106.99 in Nairobi while diesel will retail at ksh. 96.40.
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