Interior cabinet secretary has warmed hearts of most l the kenyans after his latest announcement. Taking to his official facebook account, the super cabinet secretary has announced to kenyans that they are set to have a relief to the problem of high electricity bills.
"It will not be business as usual. That was my message to the steering committee on thr presidential implementation task force on the review of power purchase agreement report today as its 6 month mandate begins.
The all of government approach with a sub commitee providing oversight is to ensure that we allign objective and streamline efficiency among energy sector players. We are on the right track and soon unreasonable high electricity bill will beba practice of the past."
This comes after rise in both the electricity and petroleum prices in the country. The move I will however ensure that these prices are lowered and thus Kenyans will not live to struggle with the problem of high cost of living.
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