Fred Matiang'i, CS for Interior and Government Coordination relieved Kenyans with huge power bills resulting in high billing rates by Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC).
The vulnerable hustlers who cannot afford to put something on the table three times a day were marginalised by the power company. Citizens were paying huge amounts of cash to be served with electricity.
After several cries in every corner of the country, the government has bowed down to pressure and send warnings to KPLC.
Speaking on behalf of the State, Fred Matiang'i revealed that effective from now, the billing rates will ve reduced.
Furthermore, he revealed that the government is working in cleaning the company by blocking all power theft from the company.
In addition, former Education CS divulged that they have suspended the new PPS until further notice. "We are working on ensuring the cost which is passed to consumers is reduced," the CS added.
The government reducing billing cost in KPLC will greatly affect the lives of many hustlers in the country. The actions are welcomed by both hands by a set of citizens who are oppressed by a hostile economy.
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