Though we expected more the drop is welcome. Thanks to favorable market and strong shilling.It is our sincere hope that the next review will bring the prices below Ksh.100 mark for petrol and Diesel even lower.
The Economy will now see reduction on Transport and commodity prices. The new trend is good.
The pump attendants know how to steal from the Wanjikus of this city. For instance, when a litre of kerosine costs Ksh. 90, for them a litre costs Ksh. 100. If you have any boubts go to Kangemi Total petrol station the attendants steal from almost everyone.
All good and everything, but why is there now NO FUEL???
i wonder if the ruling on the election date has anything to do with all this or am jus paranoid mmmh?