State-owned electricity generator has assured Kenyans of continued electricity generation despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Through a press release posted on their social media pages, ‘have embarked on a shift system to ensure there are staff in all our installations across the country at any given time, while taking the necessary precautions to reduce congestion and ensure their safety’.
Below is the full press release:
Kenya Electricity Generating Company Plc (KenGen) would like to assure all Kenyans that it has deployed mechanisms to ensure electricity generation continues uninterrupted during this period of uncertainty owing to the global COVID19 crisis.
We have embarked on a shift system to ensure there are staff in all our installations across the country at any given time, while taking the necessary precautions to reduce congestion and ensure their safety.
Similarly, we have decongested our offices by allowing some employees to work from home as a way of minimizing contact. All operations are therefore running smoothly.
In addition, we have redoubled our efforts in hygiene to provide hand-washing and sanitization facilities, introduced regular disinfection of facilities and rolled out a sensitization campaign across the company.
We will continue to review and deploy resources and measures within KenGen based on the need.
We pray for those affected by the pandemic and remain optimistic that we shall all overcome this challenge.
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