Kenya Power Lightening Company this evening through their social media handle (Twitter) have announce places that will face a very long electricity blackout on Thursday 18, October from morning hours up to noon hours so as to allow KPLC personnels Carry out the grid maintenance. Kenya Power Lighting Company is a public corporation that owns all the electricity supply assets in Kenya and it is also the only licensed company which is responsible for sale of power in the country.
Kenya Power Lighting Company has set a very long electricity blackout on Tuesday, October 23 from within the listed areas below. The scheduled electricity outage will affect so many parts of the country leaving them them without electricity to run their operations such as business activities. The power outage will be so long such that it is expected to start in the morning and end in the evening.
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It's an usual thing for a human being to complain when they are are supposed to say thank you. A viral picture of Kenya Power Lighting Company (KPKC) transporting one of their transformers has gone viral. In this picture KPLC guys are seen Transporting the big and heavy transformer using a cart which was pulled by a cow. This picture has raised concern and Netizens have reacted with anger some saying that if this is how KPLC are doing things then we must expected power shortage. Netizens accused KPLC of using
Kenya Power Lighting Company has sent an outrage of the areas which will be affected tomorrow Monday June 14. There will be black out in different areas in the country. You should check out if your area will be affected. This is a normal interruption which allows KPLC to do system maintenance, power installation and repair.
Photo: Ephantus Mwara Kauma and Peter Rukwaro Kamweru at Kibera (Image source: The Star Kenya) Earlier on Kenya Power Lighting Company (KPlC) had issued a statement that it had began crack down on all illegal power connections and that all those found will be arrested. Making true of its threats the Power Company together with investigative agencies have arrested three employees, and one customer of Kenya Power for alleged involvement in fraudulent power connections and other illegal activities in the company.
A man in Malindi, Kilifi County now asked donors to intervene after Kenya Power Lighting Company failed to compensate him after he had an accident at work that paralyzed his ability to walk 20 years ago. Kenya Power employee at work ( Photo Courtesy) Describing his ordeal on KBC channel one, 50-year-old Jeremiah Kaingu Katana explains that he trampled on exposed electrical wires while working for a company known as KPLC at the time. On the same day, Katana arrived at the KPLC offices in Malindi and was later
( Photo Courtesy ) The Kenya Power Lighting Company has passed a special message to Kenyans, especially in the coastal region, to expect power blackouts tomorrow, on 25th April 2021.The exercise is set to commence at 7 am and end at 5 pm.The company has rolled out unique programs that are being effected to ensure that there will be minimal power shortages.
Street lights were installed in Lodwar on different roads to assist in security issues.But since they began to malfunction, they have never be repaired.Police and security guards face a hard time at night trying to enforce curfew laws.
This evening, the 28th of October, most parts of the country have experienced a total blackout for over an hour which was very much unexpected and strange since it is very rare for such an occurrence. The Kenya Power Lighting Company (KPLC), has since shade some light on what caused such a huge power Outage. In a statement they just posted on their official social media account, KPLC first did apologize for the outage of power and as earlier thought, it is not the whole country but just a section of it. This
A facebook post has caught the attention of a number of people after an individual by his facebook name which is Derrick Mbugua posted on his page blaming Kenya Power Lighting Company for negligence after ana electric wire in Ukundu fell on a woman and her months old child leading to their demise. According to the post no one was around to fix the fallen wire and save the two from their demise. Netizens on facebook have come out to send their regards to the families of two. Other have come out to blame Kenya
A few hours ago, most parts of the county have been under total darkness after a power outage for over an hour. The Kenya Power Lighting Company (KPLC) then released a statement apologizing to the public as they revealed that their two main lines supplying power were affected and they do not know the root cause. ''STATEMENT ON POWER OUTAGE AFFECTING PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. We would like to inform our customers that we are experiencing a power outage in parts of Nairobi, Rift Valley, Western Kenya and South Nyanza