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The people of Hamilton, Grafton and Rogbangba community have been suffering from the lack of electricity supply for over a decade now. This project is basically on rehabilitation and extension of the medium low voltage distribution network and the installation of transformers are ongoing, 88 sub stations will be given transformers. Forty-eight (48) among them are mounted transformers whilst the remaining forty (40) are stand alone transformers. Five thousand eight hundred poles were already supplied.

According to the Minister of Energy, Henry Macauley, this was a fundamental task given to him by the president. He said that there is a need to develop entrepreneurial skills.

The Project Director for STEG International Services, Mohamed Tarawallie said all the accessories needed for the project including the cables, poles, transformers among others are available and are currently in the country.           

The Director of EDSA Ibrahim Michael Kabia mentioned that it is of great significance for them as their company can benefit.

Community members also expressed their satisfaction over the project.

This project is expected to be completed by July this year.

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