Kenya’s Inflation Eases Marginally to 6.8%

Nairobi — Kenya’s inflation eased slightly to 6.8 percent year-on-year in November from 6.9 percent a month earlier.

In a statement to newsrooms, KNBS Director General Macdonald Obudho says on a month-on-month basis inflation was 0.2 percent, compared to 1 percent in October.

KNBS says the year-on-year inflation was majorly driven by transport, housing and utilities as well as food.

“This was mainly driven by the increase in prices of commodities under transport (13.6%), housing, water,…

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