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Kenya: Oil Dealers Raise Pump Prices
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Nairobi — Major oil dealers in most parts of the North Rift have increased fuel prices to cash in on the festive season, sparking protests from motorists.
They have raised fuel prices by between Sh3 and Sh5 due to what they attributed to “impending shortages caused by increased crude oil prices in the international market.”
But some of the independent oil dealers have maintained the prices due to low demand for petroleum products, especially diesel, in the region.
A spot check by the Nation established that Caltex was selling a litre of unleaded premium at Sh83.40, regular at Sh84.40 and diesel at Sh73.40.
The independent dealers in the town were selling a litre of regular at Sh81.90 and diesel at Sh71.90. Fuel prices had reduced drastically early this year with diesel going for less than Sh67 a litre.
“The increased prices have been caused by a decline in supply because some of the oil marketing companies are stocktaking,” said Mr Hezekiah Kosgei, an independent oil dealer in Eldoret.
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