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Inhabitants of Debresina, She’ib-Seleba and Terenku’a get access to 24-hour electricity supply

As part of efforts to narrow the gap between rural and urban centers, a 24-hour electricity supply has been installed in the villages of Debresina, She’ib-Seleba and Terenku’a in Anseba region.
Keren, 30 August 2010 – As part of efforts to narrow the gap between rural and urban centers, a 24-hour electricity supply has been installed in the villages of Debresina, She’ib-Seleba and Terenku’a in Anseba region.

The local inhabitants commended the Government’s vigorous endeavors towards expanding equitable social service in different parts of the country. They further stressed the introduction of power supply in improving their standard of living and facilitating urbanization in the area.

The inhabitants went on to say that the expansion of social service is part of the commitment to honor the trust of martyrs.

The head of the Eritrean Electricity Corporation branch in Keren and its environs, Mr. Sereqe Michael, indicated that concerted action is being taken to promote rural electrification program in a number of villages in the region. There are also plans to distribute over 1,350 counters to the public in accordance with the first phase of the project, out of which 300 have already been installed in Debresina, She’ib-Seleba and Terenku’a,  he explained.

Mr. Sereqe further pointed out that electric lines have already been distributed in the villages of Liban, Halhal, Mai-Awalid, Melebso, Gush and Hadish-Adi, and that counters would be soon installed. Study is also underway to extend electric lines in the remaining villages, he added.

Reports indicated that the local inhabitants are playing major role for the success of the rural electrification program.

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