Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) according to the rule number 27 in the electricity bill has to inform the public of the power outage in the area.
KPLC today on their official verified twitter account they have informed their customers from Garissa town and also some parts of Tana River county that they are aware of the power outage that have been interrupted.
According to the power alert sent to the public they have said that the technical hitch affecting a 130kV transmission substation near the Garissa town.
KPLC have assured their customers that they have sent a technical team to come and solve the same issue on the same. The Kenya Power and the Kenya Electricity Transmission Company (KETRACO) have also sent the team to check on the same problem.
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