Ethiopia deal signals cheaper power in Kenya

From nazret.com Wed Dec 5 2012, 18:55:48

Ethiopia deal signals cheaper power in Kenya Source: Capital FM NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 5 - Lower energy costs are on the horizon for Kenyan consumers, after the government secured a Sh37.5 billion ($441 million) credit agreement to import cheaper elec...

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