Operation light up Dekina/ Bassa: Federal lawmaker revives street lights in Anyigba, provide solar lights after 15 years

…REA begins similar projects in the federal constituency

As part of his plans to provide major towns in Dekina/Bassa with functional streetlights,member representing Dekina/ Bassa has provided solar streetlights to the major streets in Anyigba Community.

The solar streetlights program of Rt Honourable Hassan Abdullahi Baiwa will be extended to other Communities in the federal Constituency in another round of collaboration with Rural Electrification Agency, REA.

Honourable Hassan Abdullahi opined that provision of solar street lights at night will address insecurity,social problems and enhance economic activities of the ancient town.

He said the commercial status of the community deserve special attention,promising to attract alternative energy to villages and towns in Dekina Federal Constituency.

The people of Anyigba Community has expressed gratitude to the efforts of the federal lawmaker to address idleness,social vices and growing insecurity in the town.

They said the replacement of over 15 years streelight mounted by the previous administrations with modern solar lights ,is a permanent solution to the epileptic power supply to the streets of Anyigba.

Honourable Hassan Abdullahi Baiwa early this year, toured Communities in and around Dekina/ Bassa Federal Constituency with REA officials to map out areas for alternative power supply through solar lights.

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