In a serious research from the Kenya power and lighting company website,I was fortune to meet power interruption schedule and felt wise to share with the readers of this article, perhaps,they may be the direct victims.
It is important to note that Kenya power interrupt power supply for valid and substantial reasons. A few of these reasons may include rectifying a certain disorder in power supply, to facilitate maintenance and upgrade power lines, connecting other customers that has shown interest among others.
Tuesday power outage is expected to hit some parts of machakos county from 9am to 4pm. The areas to face power blackout are FTC research, people's park,Katoloni area and market, Century park,Vota areas and market,Kimutwa market,Yatha market,Kywalla REA,muumandu market,Ngini Nyayo girls,Mutulani,kyanthuli Dam,Katuaa, malooni, Kola market,lulyuuni secondary kyambuko and adjacent customers.
Some parts of Kajiado county will also experience Power outage as from 9am to 3pm,a duration of six hours. The areas to fall a victim includes part of Ngong town,Bondeni , Muthaiga Ngong,Stage 46, Stadium and adjacent customers
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