On Wednesday Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) has announced that various parts of the country will be affected by power blackouts on 29th April 2021.
PARTS OF MACHAKOS COUNTY
Part of Ilipolosat Road from 9 am to 4 pm, part of Konza Techno City, Konza Market, Ilipolosat Market, and other customers around the area will be affected.
PARTS OF KAKAMEGA COUNTY
Milo Market and Nambwala Market area in Milo market and Secondary School, Mwembula Market and Primary, Bukujakambo Market and Primary, Kakimanyi Market and Dispensary, Nambwala Market, Lufindwiri Market and Primary, Nabilima Secondary, Chekulo Market, Chenjeni, Jaggery, Cheats Market, Makhukhuni Market, Kulumbeni Market, and adjacent customers will be affected from 7 am to 5 pm.
PARTS OF NYERI COUNTY
In Mukurweini Town and Kaheti Areas from 9 am to 4 pm, Mukurweini Town, Kaheti, Mutwe Wathi, Ichamara, Kimomdo Secondary, Mutitu, Kalundu Village, Matuto Primary, Kiangondu Market, Gakima, Thangathi, Mbugua Primary School, Ujamaa Village, Nguyoini Market, and other customers will be affected by the shutdown.
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