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Kenya Power denies stealing from its clients


Kenya power has defended itself against accusations of overcharging its consumers.

The company says it deals with its customers in a faithful and honest manner.

MD Ken Tarus said the firm has procured the services of 15 competitively procured agents to assist in the collection of the revenue.

He said currently, KPLC controls 65 per cent of the revenue generated from the sale of prepaid tokens but they aim at achieving 100 per cent control.

Users were asking questions using #StateOfKenyaPower #AskKenyaPower hashtags.