KPLC Lists Areas That Won't Have Electricity Tomorrow
By @davisKE | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 2441 views
Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) is the mandated government parastatal that is in charge of transmitting electricity in Kenya.
The institution has always been very efficient in always giving a heads up to customers regarding expected blackouts due to maintenance.
The blackouts usually last from early morning hours around 9 a.m. to around 5 p.m. in the evening.
Tomorrow, 24th February 2021, only 3 counties will be affected that is Nairobi County (mostly Naivasha Road, Riara Road), parts of Homabay County (Agora Chuodho, Sori Market) and parts of Kiambu County (Kiambaa, Gitangu, Kerwa, Acre Tano, Kanyeki Farm).
For more specific areas affected check below to see if your area is among the list for tomorrow;
( Courtesy, facebook)
Unfortunately KPLC has for long been criticized for their alleged poor services but luckily on the other hand also gets applauses for quick responses to customers concerns.
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