Kenyans Unimpressed By Cut in Energy Tariffs

The new tariffs will cut the cost of electricity from U.S.$0,18 per kilowatt hour to U.S.$0,17 per kilowatt, an overall reduction of 6%. Apollo Mboya, a lawyer who is leading a class action suit against Kenya Power has said the new tariffs were meant to deceive consumers.

Electricity consumers queue to pay their bills at the Kenya Power offices in Nakuru town.


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