Electricity: Anambra Govt Urges Communities To Support TCN Project

Gov Willie Obiano

Anambra State government says it is partnering with the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) in building electricity transmission infrastructure in the state.

Gov Willie Obiano
Gov Willie Obiano

A statement signed by the State Commissioner for Information And Public Enlightenment Mr C. Don Adinuba stated that on completion, power supply into the state will greatly improve, enabling electricity distribution to all parts of the state for increased number of hours in a day.

The statement explained that the first phase of the project is the 132kV transmission line from Onitsha to Nnewi, which will traverse Obosi, Oba, Ojoto, Nnobi, Awka Etiti, Otolo Nnewi, Utuh and Amichi communities.

It encourages members of these communities to support the execution of this project,pointing out that it will be of tremendous benefit to everyone, socially and economically.

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The statement reassures members of affected communities and the general public that the transmission lines and other infrastructure do not pose any health hazards whatsoever and enjoined all and sundry to support the project and allow officials of the State Govt and TCN required access through their communities in the course of installations and other associated works.

State government in partnership with the Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN, is building out electricity transmission infrastructure in the state.

On completion, power supply into the state will greatly improve, enabling electricity distribution to all parts of the state for increased number of hours in a day.

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It therefore enjoined all and sundry to support the project and allow officials of the state government and TCN required access through their communities in the course of installations and other associated works as the project will be of tremendous benefit to everyone, socially and economically.

It further reassured members of the affected communities and the general public that the transmission lines and other infrastructure do not pose any health hazards whatsoever.

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