Kenya’s middle-class households and small commercial power consumers will from next week spend at least Sh2.7 billion more on power every month, after taking the biggest hit from the new electricity tariffs that also scrapped subsidies.
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (Epra) on Friday approved new tariffs to protect Kenya Power from financial distress, hitting the middle class, who consume between 31 units and above with the steepest jump in prices alongside small commercial consumers.
These folks don’t even vote let them be shafted till they realize you cannot solve social injustices using money. Even china square increased their prices, let them be shafted kabisa.
Mijinga kïpiiiiii mumama zaidiiiii umekaaa hivi fuaaaaaa ukihara ukinyamba ukidunga ukinusa uvundo ukakuambia wewe na muhahe yooooooooote ya watu wenyu wewe ndiwe wa kwanza na hii stale news? Brare taktaka ghaseer imbilisi nyeusi…