August inflation eases, offering Kenya’s economy much-needed kick

The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) says overall inflation rate slowed down to 5.84 per cent in August, down from 6.62 per cent a month earlier. This now becomes the lowest inflation since February. The lowest inflation this year was recorded in January where the cost of living stood at 5.61 per cent
This was mainly due to favourable weather conditions, which prevailed in recent months and the main reason for decreases in prices of several food items
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