In most cases,Kenya Power and Lighting Company has been in the limelight after people losing their lives due to their faulty connections.Im some areas,the power lines have been left hanging too low with the poles almost falling.This has endangered the lives of majority of the innocent Kenyans who have no ideas about electricity.
A 65 year old woman from Nakuru has been left dead after an electric pole falling on her.Surprisingly,the KPLC workers were cutting the pole as the pole fell on Reginah Wangari.She was heading to Mwariki shopping center when the incident happened.This shocked the villagers since Regina died on the spot.While confirming the incident,Nakuru East County Commissioner Erick Wanyonyi said that the investigations have been launched and the matter will be brought to a logical conclusion.
As revealed by Tuko,Wangari's church elder Francis Kareu regretted the incident saying that the workers had no warning signs that some work was going on.
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