KENYA POWER SUED COUNTY
Court documents say the money was owed by the old City Council and the county says it should be paid by the national government. In May, Kenya Power moved to court to stop Nairobi from clamping its premises following a dispute over non-payment of debt. The debt arose from poles and wayleave charges the county demanded on February 18 and wanted paid by the end of the month. KP, through lawyer Gad Ouma, wanted the court to stop City Hall from demanding the debt since 2002, saying poles and wayleave is catered for by the national government.