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KPLC : The Following 64 Areas Will NOT Have Power Today Tuesday 29th September

<h4>KPLC has released their official statement on which areas will not have power tomorrow 29th October from 9am to 5pm.</h4>
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<strong>Scheduled outages for tomorrow 29, Tue September 2015. There are 64 affected areas.</strong>

Rift Valley – 7am-6pm: Bugar, Chebara, Chebiemit, Chesogon, Chesoi, Chesongoch, Iten Town, Kapkenda, Kapkoi, Kapsowar, Kaptarakwa, Kapteren, Kocholwa, NYARU, Sambalat, Turesia.

Nairobi – 9am-5pm: Amboseli Road, Chalbi Drive, Convent Drive, Garden Estate, James Gichuru Road, Kabarserian, Kiambu Road, KIGWA, Lavington Shopping Centre, Lost Paradise, Muhoya Avenue, Musa Gitau Road, Mzima Springs, Ridgeways, Riverside,St Mary’s High School, Strathmore School, Thindigwa Estate, Thome Estate, Windsor Hotel.

Central – 9am-5pm: Kofinaf Estate, Muchana Estate, Oakland Estate, Thuita Market.

Rift Valley – 9am-5pm: Gilani Estate, Kaptembwa, Koinange Estate, Nakuru Tanners, Nakuru West, Shabaab.

Coast – 8am-5pm: Baobab Hotel, Blue Estate, Diani Shopping Centre, Jishikilie, Kidarajani, Kiembeni Estate, Mtomondoni, Mwembelegeza, Nomads Restaurant, Vescon.

Nyanza – 8am-5pm: Bochura, Egesa Estate, Entanda, Iranda, Joka Villa, KEGOGI, Kiong’ongi, NYATIEKO.

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Cheap Electricity : KPLC Subsidizes Electricity Connection To Ksh 1,160

The Kenya power and lighting company has given Kenyans a reason to smile after subsidizing the electricity connection fee to Ksh. 1160/-.


The plan named Global Partnership on Output based Aid is targeted at Kenyans living in informal settlements in urban cities with a major goal of curbing cost of connection and insecurity in the areas. Kenya Power CEO Dr.Ben Chumo said that this is a great partnership by KPLC and the world bank in which many Kenyans will benefit by accessing electricity at a low cost.

Speaking at Kiganjo Polytechnic Grounds in Gatundu South over the weekend when he launched the programme, Dr Chumo said the programme targets the needy who could not afford to raise the current Sh35,000 for power connection.

“We want to put a smile on the less fortunate in the society this new year courtesy of this project. They will only be required to do wiring in their houses,” said Chumo. Under the programme the World Bank will contribute Sh19,350, Kenya Power Sh11,970 while the consumers will contribute Sh1,160.

The CEO said with the electricity, security will be enhanced in slums since it would light up the areas. Area MP Moses Kuria told locals to take advantage of the highly subsidised power connection rates to have their homes connected to power.

Source SDE

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