This is after disclosing that the government will be immediately embarking on restructuring the Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) billing system.
The Cabinet Secretary has also noted that they are with immediate effect suspending any kind of talks between the government entity with any independent power pruducers while they review existing agreements.
He has also noted that fuel prices are already under assessment and Wananchi will see the results in the next price review as we have addressed key systemic challenges.
"The government's focus is to bring down the cost of power by addressing challenges that result in costs to consumers. We are starting with an immediate aggressive review of @KenyaPower_Care billing system, suspension of ongoing and pending negotiations with independent power producers."https://t.co/dl3BbvfKnC
This is great news to Kenyans who have been requesting the government to ensure they address the concerns that surround skyrocketing Kenya power bills in the country in the recent past.
Some have been receiving very high bills noting that there was massive corruption within the monopolistic government entity in the country.
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