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Two Kenyans Sentenced To 25 Years In Jail For Vandalizing Power Transformers

Two people by the names of Khayongo Mwongo Yusuf and Washiali Razaq have been subjected to 25 years in jail each for intentionally damaging and stealing power transformers.

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The punishment by Mumia court did not include room for paying fine.

According to the official statement by Kenya Power Company

Two vandals have been sentenced to 25 years imprisonment each after being found guilty of stealing and vandalizing transformers.

According to a press release by Kenya Power and lighting Company, the two vandals, Yusuf and Razaq were found guilty of intentionally damaging and stealing two power transformers at Masanda and Lushea region in Kakamega County.

The two were brought before court yesterday under Senior Principal Judge at Mumias Law Courts where they were charged of stealing and vandalizing two electricity transformers.

This is not the first time transformers are being vandalized, even in January this year, 2 people were subjected to 11 to 18 years imprisonment for intentionally damaging and stealing more than 800 litres of transformer oil in Uasin Gishu County.

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