Many Kenyans are suffering as fuel prices continue to rise on a daily basis. The government recently removed fuel subsidies, causing the price of various fuel commodities to rise.
According to a news report published on Facebook by Citizen TV News Kenya, Kenyans should have another reason to smile after Central Bank of Kenya governor Patrick Njoroge stated that Kenyans should expect new fuel price changes between December 2022 and December 2023.
Njoroge explained that while the price of fuel in the international market had reached an all-time high in recent months, it had begun to fall.
The Governor agreed with President William Ruto that subsidies were bad for the economy and could lead to higher inflation in the country.