How Rising Fuel Prices Will Affect Your Wallet
In 1998, you only had to part with Ksh22.21 for a litre of kerosene. About 23 years later in March 2021, the same litre of kerosene goes for Ksh97.85, a 340% increase. With the fuel prices on a double-digit rise month-on-month for the last four months, the Petroleum ministry says there is no end in sight. So what can you do to save your money?