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Kenyans to abandon cars on roads in protest over hiked fuel prices

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This move prompted  Kenyans on twitter plan to leave their cars on the roads as a way of demonstrating.

This move prompted  Kenyans on twitter plan to leave their cars on the roads as a way of demonstrating.

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Super petrol price has gone up by Ksh.7.58 to retail at Ksh.134.72 in the latest price review by Energy Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA).

However, Kenyans who use Kerosene were hit hard after a litre of the commodity went up by Ksh.12.97 and will retail at Ksh.110.82.

Super petrol price has gone up by Ksh.7.58 to retail at Ksh.134.72 in the latest price review by Energy Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA).

However, Kenyans who use Kerosene were hit hard after a litre of the commodity went up by Ksh.12.97 and will retail at Ksh.110.82.

This move prompted  Kenyans on twitter plan to leave their cars on the roads as a way of demonstrating.’

Many motorists have called on Kenyans to protest the new price guidelines by parking on major highways, with some suggetsing a return of what was popularly know as ‘Tear gas Mondays’.

So far the government has collected over Sh18 billion after a fuel subsidy levy was introduced in 2020. The government is yet to create a framework on the use of the money.