Joy As SSA Legal Services And Conflict Resolution Moves To Restore Electricity In Ebonyi Community

Burdened by the quest to respond to the electricity need of his people, the Senior Special Assistant to Ebonyi State Governor on Legal Services and Conflict Resolution, Barr Emeka Nwode on Friday undertake the comprehensive tour of electricity facility in Ndieguazu Enyibichiri village in Ikwo Local Government Area of the state.

Barr Nwode noted that the tour became imperative owing to the continued complain of the people of the area over the issue of none availability of electricity facility in the village, hence, his intention was to do everything possible to restore electricity supply in the village.
After the facility tour, it was discovered that over 19 low tension poles and wire were needed in the 1st phase of the job while the 2nd Phase will take about 40 low tension poles and wire as well. It was also noticed one of the existing tranformers was vandalized and carted away by criminals. He however, assured the people that restoration of electricity in the village is possible, but charged the people to guard the existing electricity facility with care to avoid being vandalized and stolen by criminal elements.

Speaking during the visit, the President General of Ndieguazu Enyibichiri, Barr Sunday Njoku thanked the SSA for his efforts in getting solution to the electricity issues in the area. 

He Commended Governor David Umahi for his transformational projects in the area, especially, the ring road project which transverse the village and assured him of the continued support of his people.

Those who spoke during the tour include, Mr Sylvanus Nwoba, Ifeanyi Atuma, Emmanuel Nwedu among others, thanked Barr Emeka Nwode for his show of love to the village, stressing that his efforts and sacrifices can never be erased in the history of the village.

The Senior Special Assistant to the Governor was accompanied  by Engr Martins Okpara, an electrical Engineer from the ministry of power.

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