How To Buy KPLC Tokens In Kenya

How To Buy KPLC Tokens

TweetShareSharePin22 Shares Buying tokens some time back used to take forever but now once you have paid you get the tokens instantly on your phone thanks to KPLC‘s upgraded system. So here’s how you buy KPLC tokens via Mpesa. Go to the M-Pesa menu Select Lipa na M-Pesa then Paybill. Enter the KPLC Business number which is 888880 for prepaid. Enter the account number which is your KPLC Prepaid Meter Number (e.g. 0100 xxxx xxxx x). Enter the amount of money you wish to buy tokens with Enter your M-Pesa…

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Kenya Power To Install Smart Meters At The Border Of Every County.

Kenya Power

TweetShare26SharePin228 Shares Kenya’s public utility company known as the Kenya Power and Lighting Company (commonly referred to as Kenya Power or KPLC among the locals) and which transmits, distributes, and retails electricity to customers throughout the East African country, is set to install smart meters at the county boundaries. This move is meant to identify regions that use “stolen electricity” making the company incur a loss of billions of shillings as a result. Tender for the supply, installation, and commissioning of the boundary metering units The company has so far advertised…

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Sad News To Cs Magoha As Kenyan Doctors Make Firm Stand On Reopening Of Schools.

Kenyan Doctors

TweetShare53SharePin53 Shares The country has been experiencing very few cases of COVID-19 over the last couple of weeks as the curve continues to be maintained at slightly less than 5%. The declining COVID-19 curve has prompted pressure from Kenyans to the ministry of education which is under pressure to reopen schools. That is why a mega stakeholders conference is expected to be convened to finally announce the way forward. And now, Kenyan doctors have finally weighed in on the matter and made a firm stand on the possible reopening of…

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If You Live These Areas Be Prepared for Another Power Blackout- Kenya Power Announces.


TweetShareSharePin22 Shares The Kenya Power has on Saturday evening issued communication regarding areas that will be out of power for the better part of Sunday, May 10. Kenya Power Making the announcement on its Twitter timeline, the power distributor listed a number of areas especially in Mombasa, Kilifi, Uasin Gishu, and Kisumu whose power will be interrupted from 9 am to 5pm. In Kisumu area, residents of the following areas should be prepared to spend the whole day without power; the area around Pabari, Kenya Pipeline, United Millers, Kenya Breweries,…

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