Kenya Power prepaid meter.

Should I alert Kenya Power?

  • Yes, do it promptly.

    Votes: 3 16.7%
  • No, keep enjoying free electricity.

    Votes: 15 83.3%

  • Total voters
    18
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Ole_Wenu

Village Elder
#1
My pre-paid meter has packed up and is stuck at 18.5 units for the past two weeks. Am getting power just like normal so it's no cause for immediate worry for me.
Now good folks, what are the consequences of enjoying this free electricity since it isn't my own fault?
Should I notify Kenya Power or keep mum about it.
Is there any way they can notice am getting power without paying for it?
 
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jimmy_m

Guest
#3
You should get it looked in to

Interesting anomaly , are you sure the meter is dead the display has packed up, maybe it's actually counting down and just not updating the display.

What's normally your average consumption per day (helps debunk or confirm above theory 18 units will run me for 2 to 3 days but I overhead someone say they can survive on 20 units for 2 weeks)
 

Ole_Wenu

Village Elder
#4
You should get it looked in to

Interesting anomaly , are you sure the meter is dead the display has packed up, maybe it's actually counting down and just not updating the display.

What's normally your average consumption per day (helps debunk or confirm above theory 18 units will run me for 2 to 3 days but I overhead someone say they can survive on 20 units for 2 weeks)
My household normally consumes 3 units per day so the 18,5 units should have been depleted way before the new year .
 
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Yule Karis Black

Guest
#5
My household normally consumes 3 units per day so the 18,5 units should have been depleted way before the new year .
They are very efficient. I use 70units a month, yet I am only home in the evenings 7 days a week
 
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jimmy_m

Guest
#6
My household normally consumes 3 units per day so the 18,5 units should have been depleted way before the new year .
Lucky bastard, 3 units per day and free power.

Anyway please report it, they will raise a ticket but they won't send guys, the ticket is just to cushion yourself when they eventually come coz you will tell them it's their fault.

In the meantime you continue enjoying free power
 

Ole_Wenu

Village Elder
#11
They are very efficient. I use 70units a month, yet I am only home in the evenings 7 days a week
Lucky bastard, 3 units per day and free power.

Anyway please report it, they will raise a ticket but they won't send guys, the ticket is just to cushion yourself when they eventually come coz you will tell them it's their fault.

In the meantime you continue enjoying free power
It's the way I have trained them, if left to do things their way mboch atakuwa akishinda akichemsha maji for very petty reasons.
 
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jimmy_m

Guest
#12
9k kwani uko na factory kwa nyumba? Never spent more than 500 a month mimi. My last purchase was 300 around 10th dec and was given 41 units. Checked yesterday and I have like 20 left
Shait, 500 bob, kwani you only light one bulb?
 

Bantu

Village Elder
#18
My pre-paid meter has packed up and is stuck at 18.5 units for the past two weeks. Am getting power just like normal so it's no cause for immediate worry for me.
Now good folks, what are the consequences of enjoying this free electricity since it isn't my own fault?
Should I notify Kenya Power or keep mum about it.
Is there any way they can notice am getting power without paying for it?
Boss hiyo ni maana from heaven, uta kua pumbavu if you go and report, enjoy while it last. Lastly your not committing any offence, I envy you. Ninge piga pasi nguo ya mwaka mzima mpaka jeans, hadi ma duve hehehe
 
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