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Kenya Power to shut down prepaid system for two nights

The utility company has advised customers to purchase tokens early enough to avoid inconvenience.

NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 6 – Kenya Power will shut down the prepaid system from tomorrow, 10 pm Wednesday to 6 am Thursday for maintenance.

Token generation will resume until 10 pm on Thursday when the second shutdown will start ending at 6 am on Friday, 9th November.

“During these two periods of shutdown, customers on the prepaid system will not be able to vend for electricity tokens,” read a statement from Kenya Power.

The utility company has advised customers to purchase tokens early enough to avoid inconvenience.

“The system maintenance is necessary to enhance efficiency and improve service delivery to our esteemed customers.”

Last week, the Company shut down the prepaid system to facilitate implementation of the new electricity tariffs.

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