A twitter user identified as Amos Kibaru explained via his handles; how he was able to recover Ksh 84,000 he had mistakenly sent to an individual's number on 18th October. And further apprehended the individual with the help of DCI through Safaricom. By obtaining a digital footprint of how the funds were utilized by the individual.
With a significant announcement and a new instruction to all of its customers residing in prestigious local and regional places, the Kenya Power and Lighting firm has broken its silence. The Kenya Power and Lighting Company has instructed all of its customers to only purchase tokens using the authorized Pay Bill number, as stated during a media briefing held today, January 6, 2023.
The Kenya Power & Lighting Company PLC is seeking to recruit top talent security officers to team up with innovative and transformative team to deliver on key milestones of service delivery to its customers. Applications are therefore invited from interested persons to fill the following positions. I. CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER
A 1st-year university student has successfully managed to light up their home and 6 others by using human waste.This was his dream since he was in form three and his mother is beyond grateful that her last-born son was able to achieve what hasn’t been tapped in yet.
The Kenya Power and Lighting company has broken silence with a major announcement and a fresh directive to all its customers inhabiting distinguished local and regional destinations. Addressing during a media presser showcased today the 6th of January, 2023, the Kenya Power and Lighting company has directed all its customers to only purchase tokens using the approved Pay Bill number.
Image: Courtesy used for illustration only. A seasonal marketer Brian Mbunde has cried out after discovering huge disparity while paying for his electricity token. Looking at the pictures he shared online, he earlier paid Sh4000 and was given 182.94 units, surprisingly when he paid this time, the same amount Sh4000, he was only given 151.56 units, a difference of 31.36 units.
Drama has been witnessed in Makanda village, Nyaribari Chache after some staffs of Kenya Power and Lighting Company, KPLC were forced to run for their dear lives. The angry locals chased them away after catching them trying to change one of their old transformers with a new one.
The Kenya Power and Lighting Company has informed Kenyans of the dates and times of the planned power outages. The corporation does this to make it easier to maintain and improve the network's power lines, connect new users, repair the damaged power lines amid roadwork, etc.
Kenyans have continued to feel the pinch of the hard economic times even as the economy tried to recover from the pandemic of the coronavirus. What has however remained high is the high cost of living which has been skyrocketing despite the promised by the Ruto administration to make life easier.
The fifth president of the Republic of Kenya William Samoei Arap Ruto is currently having an interview at state House with media houses. He is currently addressing the emerging issues in his government and the progress they have made in the last one hundred days. He has highlighted that the three billion subsidy in power was not sufficient to make the prices go down.
Thank you again my dear readers and welcome warmly to my daily news updates. Kenya Power And Lighting Company KPLC is the one that transmits electric power across the country. According to Tuko News today the KPLC has been put on the spot after a man called Nicholas Kibet Ndiema expressed his disappointment after he allegedly got fewer power token units than he used to get.
KPLC Drops Crucial Message To Kenyans, See Areas To Be Affected Tomorrow As From 9:00 A.M To 5:00 P.M
The Kenya Power and Lightning Company (KPLC) is an independent body that supplies electric power in the country. It installs and maintains electricity in the country. Photo: Courtesy (Collage of KPLC staff conducting maintenance works on electric lines) The Kenya Power and Lightning Company also buys electricity from other power producing companies like KeNGEN and sell the purchased power to consumers in Kenya.
Kenya Power and Lightening Company (KPLC) has revealed a number of areas that will experience a power blackout on Thursday. Through its social media pages, the company revealed that some of the affected areas include areas adjacent to BabaDogo in Nairobi, parts of Embu county including Kathanjure market Kyeni and adjacent areas.
Amos Kibaru, a Twitter user, explained via his handles how he was able to recover Ksh 84,000 that he had mistakenly sent to an individual's number on October 18th. And the individual was apprehended again with the assistance of DCI via Safaricom. By obtaining a digital footprint of how the individual used the funds.
President William Ruto has set it clear on the wrangle and rumours that have been going around of the electricity bills to go higher in this new month. Speaking today in church, President Ruto has affirmed that there will be no additional charges on electricity bills either today nor in the future.
The Kenya Power and Lighting Company Limited (KPLC) has sent a stern warning to Kenyans to be watchful of fraudulent schemes used by electricity conmen to rob them money. Most Kenyans have been caught in the hands of fraudsters, who tend to be selling electricity tokens at cheap prices.
Kenyan authorities have issued a warning about a new scam in which con artists offer cheap tokens to Facebook users in Kenya. As reported by the Kenya Power and Lighting Company in Nairobi, scammers are targeting clients by giving them cheap tokens. On Friday, the electricity provider released a statement saying that token purchases made via mobile phones are a target for fraudsters.
Photo courtesy is used to report the news. The Kenya Power and Lighting Company (K.P.L.C) is the company that is in charge of power connectivity within our country. This morning, 25th December 2022, the Kenya Power and Lighting Company, has sent a bold message to all Kenyans.
Shocking news from Kirinyaga is that 5 suspicious people arrived at Kiandain Village attempting to steal electric poles that were already mounted in ground. The 5 were impersonating KPLC officials and started disconnecting wires before uprooting the poles in the area. At first the villagers thought they were KPLC employees but were shocked when they started loading the poles into one of their lorries.
https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2022-12-28-list-of-areas-to-experience-power-outage-on-thursday/ The areas that will face power outages on Thursday have been announced by Kenya Power. Nairobi, Embu, Nyeri, and Kiambu are the four counties that will be impacted by the shutdown. Please be informed that the following regions will have planned shutdowns tomorrow, KPLC stated in a tweet.