The Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) has appointed new directors to replace the outgoing ones from Uhuru Kenyatta's fourth term in office.
Seven new directors have been chosen. They include Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto, the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya, and his allies. They are anticipated to distribute the power lines to customers around the nation and streamline a number of challenges the KPLC organization is now dealing with.
Ukur Yatani, the outgoing CS for the Treasury, will be replaced by Cabinet Secretary Ndungu. Kenyans have recently expressed worry over the company's increase in the price of electricity tokens. Many Kenyans identified the company's monopoly as one of the causes of the high price of tokens.
However, the current government said that it was making every effort to make energy accessible to all Kenyans. Dr. Ruto claimed that he would carry out his plan to build grids across the nation through his Center for Sustainable Energy.
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