KENYA TODAY: Why Your Electricity Bills Are High; Relief for gamblers & Kenyan Filthy Rivers Making World Headlines

Millions of electricity consumers continue to bear the burden of expensive and low-quality power supply following years of thin investment in transmission infrastructure even as the country sinks billions of shillings into power generation.

The yawning transmission gap has created a paradox of power deficiency in abundant generation, forcing Kenya to continue relying on expensive sources to meet demand in certain parts of the country locked out of green and cheaper alternatives.


The High Court has quashed the ban on outdoor, electronic and online advertising of gambling and betting.

Justice Mativo on Tuesday ruled that the directive issued by the Betting Control and Licensing Board (BCLB) was unconstitutional.


Kenyan rivers have caught the attention of the world by being ranked as the filthiest and the most polluted in Africa and second in the world.

According to a report by BBC, scientists have revealed that the levels of antibiotics in Kenyan rivers were a hundred times higher than the levels deemed safe.


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