Higher cost of living in June explained
SEE ALSO :What you need to know about 2019 Census“For instance prices of spinach, sukuma wiki, and tomatoes recorded decreases of 2.42, 6.87, and 0.36 respectively in June as compared to the previous month.” In monthly fuel adjustment, the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) increased the prices of Petrol and Diesel prices by Sh3.07 and Sh0.39 per litre respectively, Kerosene price, however, was lowered by Sh0.34 a litre. According to the regulator, the changes were because of the average landed cost of imported Super Petrol increasing by 4.54 per cent, diesel increasing by 0.52 per cent and kerosene decreasing by 0.43 per cent. The changes, which took effect mid-June, will see motorists in Nairobi paying Sh115.10 and Sh104.76 per liter for petrol and diesel respectively. Kerosene retails at Sh104.28 per liter in the capital. In Mombasa, petrol retails at Sh112.45 per liter and diesel at Sh102.13 per liter and kerosene retail at Sh101.65 per liter in the coastal city.
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