The Cabinet Secretary for Treasury Njuguna Ndungu's speech was interrupted today while making his speech at KICC. Power blackout hit the institution forcing the CS to give his speech to the audience without the help of the sound system.
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It's not yet clear of what caused the power shortage that clearly left the institution in a bad state. It's not clear why Kenya power decided to disrupt power of such a huge institution where serious government meetings take place.
The issue of power outages in the country caught up CS Njuguna Ndungu first hand. It's a fact that, the issue has affected many Kenyans and more so because of the issue of connectivity and cut off.
It's not clear as to whether Kenya Power officials jumped over a pole to disconnect power as has been the the norm. However, power returned later clearly demonstrating that it was just a usual power shortage.
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