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Masogo hospital receives solar panels – KBC

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d.light Nyanza Regional Business Manager Gawson Otieno (left, in blue shirt) hands over solar panels and lights to Masogo Sub-Countt Hospital Administrator Geoffrey Ocheche at the hospital.

Health facilities and other essential service providers have been urged to embrace solar energy options as an efficient way of avoiding disruptions during power black-outs.

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Speaking after receiving solar panels donated by d.light Solar Solutions Kenya, Masogo Sub-County Hospital administrator Geoffrey Ocheche, said the solar panels will help them deliver services without fail.

“We are extremely grateful to d.light for this donation especially at a time when the Country is experiencing unpredictable power outages.” He said.

He said they will now be able to attend to the needs of the locals especially expectant mothers without worrying about power outage.

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Alex Olum the d.light General Manager Kenya emphasized on the need for proper lighting at health facilities saying they have rolled out a countrywide plan to support the communities where possible.

“We are a business that is entrenched in the society and we are on the ground everyday interacting with our customers so as to understand their needs.” Olum said.

He said they will conduct several CSR activities during these tough times with a view of transforming lives across the Country.

Olum says d.light is the leading solar solutions provider across the Country and its products are available to all clusters of individuals and institutions.

“We have very convenient solutions for Kenyans regardless of their social and economic standing which includes flexible payment plans.” Olum said.

He explained that they had put in elaborate measures to ensure that as Kenyans observe the strict government measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus, services to their existing and new customers will continue with minimum disruption.

“Our customer service channels are active throughout the day and night to ensure 100% service delivery but we urge Kenyans to adhere to the directives given for their own safety.” Olum said.

He applauded medical teams for being on the front line in fighting the pandemic saying they are doing a wonderful job.



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