Matatu operators across the country are still appealing to the government to reduce the high cost of fuel.
The operators are claiming that they are running on loses since the government increased the cost of fuel after it dropped the fuel subsidy that was put in place by the previous Jubilee Administration.
This comes few days after the Energy & Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) announced new fuel prices for the period between May 15, 2023, and June 14, 2023.
The retail prices for super petrol, diesel and kerosene have increased by Ksh3.40 per litre, Ksh6.40 per litre and Ksh15.19 per litre respectively.
By Dorax Moraa
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