The Following are various Counties that are set to experience long hours of power interruptions today on Friday, May 21.
In a notice shared on their twitter handle, Kenya Power and Lightning Company listed nine counties stating that the scheduled power interruption will take place for at least 10 hours.
"Good evening our esteemed customers, the following areas are scheduled for power interruption dated 21/05/2021", read part of the statement.
Among the counties set to be affected by the power blackout, residents residing in Kakamega county, Nakuru, Bomet, Kiambu, Uasin Gishu, Nandi, Trans Nzoia and Kisumu county will experience long hours of power interruptions hence the notice meant to help them prepare in advance.
According to KPLC, Kakamega County residents especially those living in areas such as Kakamega Town, Masinde Muliro university, Lubao, Sigalagala N. Polytechnic, Ingotse and adjacent customers will be affected the scheduled electricity blackout for 10 hours.
In Nakuru County, residents living in areas such as Kiptagich, Rongai town, Salgaa, Royal steel factory, Olenguruone and adjacent customers should prepare themselves for longer hours without electricity.
In addition KPLC listed Ahero, Kochogo, Nyangwere, Katolo, Sondu town and adjacent customers in Kisumu County to be affected by the planned power interruptions for at least 10 hours with areas such as Muhoroni, agrochemicals, Muhoroni sugar and Koru market also experiencing power outage today.
As we both know many parts of the country are experiencing heavy rain downpour which has caused power outages in several regions across the country.
Residents residing in Kiambu County are also advised to prepare for power blackout today from 9am to 5pm in the evening with areas such as Kanunga high, Small farm, Kiratina, Cianda, part of Kiamaru, part of Turitu and adjacent customers.
Here is the full list of counties and areas set to be affected by the planned power interruptions today.
(KPLC's twitter post)
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