A power system disturbance has led to loss of electricity supply to some parts of Nairobi and adjacent areas.
Nairobi, January 31, 2017……. A Marimanti court has granted a Kenya Power employee and one other suspect KShs.2 million bond each with no option of cash bail for vandalism of conductors at Tunyai area, Tharaka Nithi county.
Nairobi, December 15, 2017……. A police officer attached to Kitengela Police station was arraigned in Mavoko Law Courts today for the offence of vandalising a high transmission (HT) cable at Athi River.
Nairobi, November 15, 2017…….Twelve wooden poles, 1,800 metres of conductors and 360 metres of service cable were yesterday recovered at Kiplombe and Chembulet areas in Uasin Gishu County as Kenya Power intensified crack down on illegal electricity connections.
Nairobi, 13th October 2017……Kenya Power has enhanced its partnership with both Starehe Girls and Boys Centres by boosting its Education Endowment Fund for the two schools to Sh8 million.
Nairobi, November 8, 2017……. Kenya Power has today signed a total of 23 contracts for the implementation of the Last Mile Connectivity Project (LMCP) funded by both the African Development Bank and the World Bank.
Nairobi, October 12, 2017…….A man has been sentenced to death by the Nyeri Principal Magistrate Court for vandalising a transformer and violently robbing customers.
Nairobi, October 6, 2017…….Three people were arrested yesterday as Kenya Power intensified security operations to stamp out vandalism, illegal connections and other crimes undermining electricity distribution.
Nairobi, October 4, 2017……Kenya Power customers are steadily adopting social media for engagement with the Company, shifting away from a tradition where they preferred calling or visiting the offices to get their issues addressed.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017…….A technical fault occurred at a Kipevu substation in Mombasa causing a power outage affecting Mombasa City and its environs.
Nairobi, September 11, 2017: A Kibera court sentenced Stanley Kiiru Gitau to 15 years in jail or a fine of Kshs6 million for vandalizing a transformer. Three other co-suspects were jailed for 10 years each or a fine of Kshs5 million fine.