The Kenya Electricity Transmission Company says it may have to forcefully acquire land where it needs to put up infrastructure to transmit electricity. CEO Joel Kiilu says they will spend over 1.5 billion shillings to compensate those affected by its Mombasa-Nairobi and Rabai-Lamu lines.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: KETRACO Could Use Force to Acquire Land to Put Up Transmission LinesBy Joan Wairimu, 21 February 2013
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