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Harris Chiruka 8 Jul 18
Replying to @RoyalTrendia
Poa. Thank you. Let me mobilize them.
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Aggrey Sayi 8 Jul 18
Apart from tariff reviews, Kenya Power should also focus on service delivery - power outages are a nuisance.
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Collins 🇰🇪 8 Jul 18
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Sharon 8 Jul 18
Electricity should be affordable to all.
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Anombi 9 Jul 18
Some of you gals are still single because men look at your stomach and think you're pregnant.
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Nick 🇰🇪 8 Jul 18
It's happening leo as from 8 am Pale Mombasa.
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Sen Moturi™🇰🇪 9 Jul 18
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Hikvision East Africa 9 Jul 18
New East Africa Security Insurance packages now available ..
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Bryan Abbas 8 Jul 18
Note the forum starts at 8am. Attend and make your representations. Please attend.
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Voice of Reason 8 Jul 18
Good Morning Kenya. If you awake try and check out this Hashtag.
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The African Voice 9 Jul 18
currently underway at Pride Inn hotel, Mombasa.
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FAITH🇰🇪 8 Jul 18
Determination of Tariffs will take place after Consumers opinions have been taken into consideration.
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daretodream 8 Jul 18
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Embakasi Finest 🇰🇪 🐐. 9 Jul 18
KPLC'S Human Resource Manager Mr. David Monandi, Eng. Hezekiah Mwalwala Regional Manager, Coast and Corporate Strategy GM. Eng. Peter Mungai and ERC team ready to listen to your views. .
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Aggrey Sayi 8 Jul 18
The high cost of power, plus other factors, is the reason why most local goods can not complete with cheap imports especially from China.
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George 9 Jul 18
The first step in exceeding your customer's expectations is to know what those expectations are
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Galaxy Construct 9 Jul 18
Replying to @Galaxyconstruc7
See the above picture for more information
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Stephen Mose 9 Jul 18
Maybe the "Donkey" was the Mercedes S Class of those days...!?
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Aggrey Sayi 8 Jul 18
The unfortunate part about these Tariff reviews and stakeholder forums is that, none of the Citizens' opinions will be put into consideration. Kenya Power has already made a decision on how to review the tariff, either upwards or downwards.
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Commissar Nyang 8 Jul 18
is a PR exercise meant to hoodwink Kenyans. We don't want tokenism but real reform. Make power cheap by switching off the IPP
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