Langata road is among the busy roads in the city. With many motorists using the road any interruption leads to a serious congestion. The road is currently blocked as Kenya power work on replacing electric poles which support a transformer which was almost falling.
The wood electric poles are being replaced with concrete and the work is underway. According to one of the labourers the work is expected to take 2 to 3 hours. Motorists are adviced to remain patient as they will be able to use the road in the afternoon. The Kenya power is among the oldest companies in the Kenya which are still under the government control. The posts being replaced alhave been in existence for so long and were a thread to with motorists and passengers.
In various parts of the country heavy rains have resulted to accidents where electric poles fall and stay for long without any necessary measures. Residents are happy that KPLC has recognized them. The regions around will continue to stay without electricity until the work is completed.
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