In Summary

Following the disconnection, services in most offices at Prosperity Building have been disrupted.

Only LVBC and Huduma Centre which have separate metres have dully paid their bills.

Mr Obiero said they had also disconnected street lights in Kisumu over Sh15 million arrears.

The Kenya Power company has temporarily reconnected electricity supply to Kisumu's Prosperity Building which houses crucial offices in order to enable occupants process payment for Sh 1.24 million arrears.

Kenya Power had on Monday disconnected electricity supply to several crucial offices at the building over the arrears and was planning to disconnect street lights over Sh16.8 million debt owed by the county government.

Following the disconnection, services in most offices at Prosperity Building which houses the Lake Victoria Basin Commission offices, Huduma Centre, Immigration and county government offices among others have been disrupted.

SEPARATE METRES

Kenya Power Western Region Manager Dan Obiero told the Nation only LVBC and Huduma Centre which have separate metres have dully paid their bills.

Speaking on Tuesday, Mr Obiero said they had also disconnected street lights in Kisumu over Sh15 million arrears.

“The tenants at the building (Prosperity House) have a single metre save for the East African Community’s LVBC and Huduma centre. The other tenants have their own arrangements of paying their electricity bills and to date, they owe us Sh1.4 million,” Mr Obiero said.

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