Late on the Sunday evening, Kenya power and lighting company KPLC on their twitter account, announced that the following areas will be under power outage due to the planned power maintenance on Monday 27th September. “ Good evening to our esteemed customers, Kindly find tomorrow's planned interruptions listed below. "
According to Kenya power, the following parts will be affected As from 9.am to 5.pm.
2. Parts of the central rift valley region which will include the ares of Keringet, tendwet, olenguruone, kiptangich, olposimoru and all the adjacent users.
3. Parts of western region which will include the areas of mitua market, pwani market and secondary school, sokomoko market, Nzoia booster.
4. Parts of the mount Kenya region which will include the parts of nyeri county. Areas of Ruthagati market,.Ngoranomarket, kabiruini, iganjo, karandi and all the adjacent customers.
KPLC has however apologized for the power outage and promise to work out on it as fast as possible. Like, share, follow for more news updates and don't forget to leave your comments.
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