Kplc's outages costing Kenyans to spend more on fuel as is also cut their earnings
On February 18th 2015, The Daily Nation reported that Kenya was ranked as the 6th country with extreme poverty in the Sub-Saharan Africa however there are contradicting reports from the world bank about Kenya's wealth.
On 9th Dec. 2016, Business Daily reported that, the World bank has confirmed Kenya as a middle income country.
The bank confirmed that the gross national income per capita (GNI) of Kenya, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Tajikistan have now joined the league of lower-middle income countries.
Countries in this category have a GNI per capita of more than Sh99,024 but less than Sh390,513. Kenya’s GNI per capita income is about Sh127, 215
The Kenya Power and Lightening Company halted sending powers bills through the postman sometimes back.
This move paved way for digital solutions. However a number of KPLC customers have no clue on how to get their power bills through online means. There are a number of ways you can explore to get your power bill such as:
In this Piece, I will discuss the most efficient, effective and quick way. That is using USSD and might cost you only Kshs 2/=
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