Consumers will be paying more for gasoline, diesel and kerosene from midnight Sunday
The retail price of gasoline will go up by twenty cents, moving from $3.40 per litre to $3.60.
Diesel will now cost $2.80 per litre up from $2.61, an increase of nineteen cents.
Kerosene will cost nine cents more, retailing at $1.55 per litre up from $1.46 per litre.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas prices will also be going up.
The one hundred pound cylinder will now cost $162.81 up from $162.39, an increase of forty-two cents, while the price of the twenty-five pound cylinder will move up ten cents from $45.70 to $45.80.
The twenty-two pound cylinder will now cost nine cents more, moving from $40.47 to $40.38, and the twenty pound cylinder will retail at $36.79 up from $36.71, an increase of eight cents.
The adjustments in the retail prices of these products are in keeping with government's policy to allow retail oil prices to be reflective of those on the international market.