Giant electricity company KPLC has been making the headlines for the past few days at least for the wrong reasons. There have been lots of accusations on the ongoing looting within the company that has left it a shell of its former self.
The struggling company has also been accused of increasing electricity prices with each passing day as it tries to recover the daily losses being incurred through the ongoing looting.
The struggles at the KPLC have awakened President Kenyatta who has since established a task force to ensure the giant company delivers on its responsibility without overcharging Kenyans.
It has now emerged that junior workers in the company have been borrowing a leaf from their bosses as far as Looting is concerned. According to a report by the daily nation newspaper, A criminal syndicate within the company has been generating and selling illegal Tokens to Kenyans at a cut-price. The surprising thing is that the tokens are said to be increasing the more you use them.
The group is made up of ICT workers within the company.
The company has revealed that its aware of the happenings and that they are working hand in hand with investigating agencies to find those responsible.
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