Electrocution is the eminent result of faulty electrical appliances,poor installation, ignorance and live wires that hangs dangerously.
Photo courtesy: past incident where a child was electrocuted
Residents of Shauri Moyo in Nairobi are now living in fear after what was reported today early morning. Sources from the scene indicates a technical hitch with the connection on the mains in the area.
A liver wire has snapped and disconnected from the mains. The wire now dangles dangerously on the road raising fear among the residents.
It is reported that the live wire is down at Ngiya Road at Shauri Moyo.
Kenyans are now calling upon Kenya power and lightning Company,KPLC to come to their rescue before it can become a tragic end.
Nairobi is currently experiencing heavy rainfalls and the grounds are now wet. With the live wire on the road,it is a disaster in waiting for pedestrians passing near the scene. School children are the most vulnerable. Kenya power should move with speed to correct this.
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