Kenyans can now be hopeful after the latest statement by Interior CS Fred Matiang'i that a special security team has been constituted to back Ministry of Energy, Kenya in reforming Kenya Power & Lighting Company (KPLC).
The team will aid the steering committee appointed by the President to review agreements between the power company, KPLC and private power producers to lower electricity costs in the country.
Interior CS Dr. Fred Matiangi who was in company of Energy CS Monicah Juma said that the Government will not brook resistance to planned reforms at KPLC.
CS Matiang'i was speaking at the inauguration of the steering committee on KPLC reforms and urged KPLC managers to support the reforms intended to lower electricity costs else face appropriate punishment.
Matiang'i also took to his facebook page to stress on the message saying that the steering committee on implementation of the Presidential Task Force on Review of Power Purchase Agreements(PPAs) Report had a 6 months mandate starting today.
Kenyans will soon be relieved of the burden of unreasonable high electricity bills with the committee set to streamline efficiency among energy sector players.
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