The Kenya Power and Lighting Company have scheduled a long electricity outage on Sunday, October 10, in different parts of the country. As usual, the Kenya Power and Lighting Company schedule the electricity interruption to do network maintenance.
According to Kenya power and lighting company rule 27, dictates that the power should be cut off whenever the company worker is facilitating or installing a power supply in new areas or when they are doing some maintenance.
So Today some parts of Kenya will experience some power blackout because of some maintenance that will be held going on.
PARTS OF MACHAKOS COUNTY
AREA: PARTS OF SYOKIMAU, MLOLONGO (DATE: Sunday 10.10.2021 TIME: 9.00 A.M. – 5.00 P.M.) Mother Theresa, Seme, EPCO, China Wu Yi, PETWA, Shajanand, Tiptop, Katani Quarries, Katani Kambi, Brighton Sch, AIC Katani & adjacent customers.
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