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Ogwashi-Uku residents lament long absence of electricity

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Electricity poles in the community

Electricity poles in the community

As Nsukwa Community Passes Vote Of Confidence On Monarch
Residents of Ogwashi-Uku community in Delta State, yesterday, grumbled bitterly over the lack of electricity in the town for over 12 years. Narrating their ordeal to The Guardian, some of the residents said life has not been easy, since the problem started.

Peace Onuma, a student of Delta State Polytechnic, Ogwashi-Uku, said the state government should take the situation very seriously and find lasting solution to it.

In another development, the people of Nsukwa Kingdom, Aniocha South Local Government Area of the state, have passed a vote of confidence on their monarch, His Royal Majesty, Dr. Kenneth Ezegbunem I, thereby expressing satisfaction with his reign.

This was contained in a statement endorsed by 10 signatories on behalf of the community and made available to newsmen in Nsukwa on Wednesday.


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