WN/R: Yellow Camp Indigens Cries to Authorities For Electricity
By Soleyfootball | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 0 views
The people of Yellow Camp are pleading to authorities for Electricity connection
Yellow Camp a community within the Bia West District are calling on authorities within the district to help them to secure electricity for their Community.
Since Adam the community has never seen light, and after a successful wiring and fixing of all needed transformers for the community in 2014, the Community is still yet to be connected to enjoy light.
This has brought an increase in crime within the community with many indigens losing their possessions and life in the process, and in addition school children are also lacking most especially the ICT subject as students cannot enter into laboratory for praticals due to lack of power.
And this is going a long way to affect them in many aspect of their lives and as a result they are pleading to the Bia West District Assembly to come to their aid by being in touch with Juaboso Electricity district to connect them.
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