In the wake of what has transpired recently in the Kethi Kilonzo saga where the IEBC dispute resolution committee chaired by Thomas Letangule barred her from contesting amid a back drop of mysterious circumstances, Most Kenyans are wondering what next for the brilliant lawyer.

Her political debut was something the people of Makueni eagerly supported and in fact she was a favorite to clinch the senatorial seat that was left vacant after the demise of her father, the late Senator Mutula kilonzo. However things took a different turn when she was tasked to explain where she had registered, how she registered with expired documents and why she used photocopies instead of original documents and an explanation that could appease the tribunal did not materialize.

The registration slip in her possession was also said to have been stolen from a booklet that had been used to register retired President Kibaki only during the launch of the registration exercise and was a subject of police investigation.

This kind of dilemmas reminds us of the various power solutions we offer to our clients every day and if only it could apply to the Kethi Kilonzo situation, a power back up system! The people of Makueni would still have their hearts’ desire. Dayliff Power Backup Systems are specifically designed for small domestic and commercial applications and provide standby power in the event of mains power supply failure. They can be used as an alternative to a generator and have many advantages including:-

· Instantaneous and automatic changeover when the mains power fails which is especially beneficial when used with electronic equipment such as computers and TV’s.

· Totally silent and non-polluting operation which particularly suits enclosed space applications.

· Very low running costs – just the power to charge a battery.

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