All posts tagged: Nairobi

Fuel Price Shocker: A Systemic Failure of Capitalist –Tax System

As always expected, once again, fuel prices have risen to astronomical level in Kenya’s history after the State discontinued a subsidy scheme introduced in April to ease public outrage over the high cost of living. The energy regulator — Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (Epra) — removed subsidies of Sh7.10 on petrol, Sh9.90 on diesel […]

The Colonial Capitalist Economy: The Tool to Keep Third World Countries Enslaved

Kenya has increased prices for super petrol despite a decline in the average landed cost of petroleum products, inflicting more financial pain on motorists. The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) increased the price of super petrol by Ksh3.56 ($0.03) per litre while that of diesel and kerosene remain unchanged for the period May 15 […]