Kenya power lighting company (KPLC) worker recovered human skeleton while clearing bush along Mombasa Road, Nairobi County. Timothy Gitonga said he came across the skeleton at around 5pm on Thursday evening and notified the police. Nairobi County Police Commander who confirmed the incident said that their officers who toured the site respond by moving it to Nairobi City morgue.
Kenya Power Lightening Company, this evening through their official verified social media handles have announce long hours of electricity blackout within the shown areas below for maintenance process. Electricity blackout is a mojar challenge to companies and firms that depends upon electricity in running their companie's machines for production process leading to a huge loss if power is not restored on time. However, electricity maintenance is an important exerccises as it ensures the national grid systeam
The Kenya Power and Lighting Company has set a very long electricity interruption on Tuesday, 25th January 2022. This outage will affect the residents of several areas. Whenever there is a power outage, businesses suffer most since many businesses rely on KPLC power to operate their daily activities.
Kenya Power Lightening Company KPLC announces places that would experience long hours blackout today
Kenya Power Lightening Company KPLC yesterday evening announced places that will be under long hours of blackout so as Kenya Power Lightening Company KPLC personnel's can carry out system maintenance. Blackout is a major challenge to individuals and companies that depend on electricity as a prime mover in running the companies machines forcing the firm to use an alternative sources of power which might turn to be costy than Electricity.
After one week of complete blackout across the country, the Directorate of the Criminal Investigating Officers launched an arrest to the 9 KPLC Officers for allegedly interfering with the supply of the electrity. This comes after several Electricity pylons were seriously vandalized. Ten senior managers at Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) were on Tuesday, January 18 arrested as investigations into the recent three-day nationwide power outage continue.
Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) has broken silence and issued a statement over the power blackout in the country. (Photo, Courtesy) KPLC has noted that power blackout has been as a result of collapsed towers on the Kiambere - Embakasi high voltage transmission power line at 10.45 am, Tuesday morning.
A man in US named Ben Terry will be hoping KPLC does not plunge Kenyans into darkness. This is after Kenyans on Twitter popularly referred to as KOT descended on his timeline to blame him for the countrywide outage. KOT told him that he and the rest of staff at KPLC were doing a poor job and that a whole country should not go without power because of collapse of a single transmission line.
Detectives from the director of criminal investigations have arrested a man who is reported to have been found with a number of scrap metals that had been vandalized from the Kenya Power and Lighting Company poles. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the suspect was arrested with a Lorry that had been filed with metals that had been stolen from government's properties.
Kenyans have come out gun Blazing due to nationwide black out That has greatly affected businesses, industries and Local Consumers. There is no power in most household with netizens asking the govt to act with speed because they're losing Money. Netizens want the government to compensate Them for the interruption adding that The city has experienced The Same issue in the Last 12 hours and More.
On Tuesday morning, KPLC announced that there will be a power supply outage following the collapse of towers on transmission power lines. A company spokesman has confirmed that the power outage will occur countrywide. KPLC has released a statement indicating that engineers are working tirelessly to restore the electricity supply. The high voltage power transmission lines have collapsed in Mukuru near Imara Daima Railway Station in Embakasi South along Mombasa Road. KPLC has not given a timeframe within which
A nation word power outage has just struck in the past few minutes with netizens sparking mixed reactions online. Instances of a countrywide power outage are always rare and when it occurs, there must be a concrete reason behind it. Well, the Kenya Power And Lighting Company (KPLC) have eventually broken their silence over the same. Through a press release shared on Twitter by the parastatal, the company has acknowledged the shortcoming and equally established its course. According to KPLC, towers have collapsed
KPLC engineers at work. Photo credit: Twitter Kenya Power and Lighting Company is under fire after a nationwide blackout hit the country. Reports indicate that the mainline around Imara Daima, Nairobi County collapsed, causing the power outrage. KPLC further issued a statement saying electricity supply has been cut off in many parts of the country, majorly in Nairobi after towers on the Kiambere - Embakasi power line collapsed this morning. They further mentioned they're working to restore supply. However,
Photo/Courtesy All KPLC customers have been urged to set up bill alerts. Initially, all customers had to wait for couple of weeks before they could get their monthly bills. All Kenya Power's bills used to pay their bills through the postal services. Therefore it meant customers had to wait for long and keep checking in their postal boxes to confirm their bills.
The Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC has explained the power loss supply due to the collapsed towers on the Kiambere - Embakasi high voltage transmission power line at 10.45am. KPLC has therefore apologized for the power blackout currently experienced in most parts of the country. "We have lost power supply due to collapsed towers at the Kiambere - Embakasi high voltage transmission power line at 10:45am this morning. The KPLC added that the engineers concern were working to restore the supply as repairs
KPLC has responded to the country's extensive blackout. Kenya Power said in a statement dated Tuesday, January 11, that it had lost power after a tower at the Kiambere-Embakasi power line collapsed at 10.45 a.m. "At 10:45 a.m. this morning, we lost power owing to collapsing towers on the Kiambere-Embakasi high-voltage transmission power line. While repairs are being completed, our engineers are working to restore power," KPLC stated. The blackout comes only days after Kenya's Ministry of Energy announced
Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) has issued an update on power restoration following Tuesday power outage in the country. (Photo, Courtesy) In a press statement by KPLC, the company has noted that power supply has been restored in some parts of the country. Among the regions which power has been restored to include Nairobi, West Kenya, North Rift, South Nyanza, Central Rift. KPLC has further stated that it is working to reconnect other areas that are still experiencing power outage following the Tuesday
pic, kplc logo. A big power outage has been witnessed in many parts of the country since today morning at around 10 a.m 11/01/2022. The outage has affected many business people and other power consumers in different ways. It was not clear what had happened as the company had not issued any maintenance notices as usual. Blackouts of this magnitude are normally witnessed when the pain powerlines from generation plants have transmission breakdowns. Through a tweet , the responsible company, kplc explained the cause
Kenya Power Limited Company (KPLC) is largest dependent power supplier in Kenya. It owns and Operates most of the electricity transmission and distribution system in the country. Besides that, it also sometimes experience some challenges especially technical problems like collapse of transmitters. People are so keen about such problems because many critical operations depend on frequent power supply like factories and hospitals services. Early this Tuesday, KPLC reported that the cause of blackout all over the
Kenya Power Company has today received the wrath of Kenyans due to the power outage in several parts of the country. The situation has paralyzed businesses that entirely depend on electricity for operations. Some of these businesses cannot afford generators due to the high cost of maintenance and fuel. Alinur Mohamed has lashed back at (KPLC) for losses, damages and death courses by a power outage in different parts of the country. In a post on Instagram, the city businessman has asked the company to compensate
Safaricom Has Announced The following Services will be interrupted tomorrow Today Safaricom Kplc which is the telecommunication company has announced that some of its services will not be available to their customers. The following Services will not be available as from tommorow Saturday, 21, August , 10 pm to Sunday 22, August :