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Liberia: LEC Identifies 13 Areas in Liberia

Thirteen communities, including Logan town, St Paul bridge, ELWA and Duport road among others, will in the next four months be fully electrified by the Liberia Electrify Corporation (LEC), the Minister of Land Mines and Energy Patrick Sendolo has disclose in Monrovia.

Addressing reporters at the weekly Ministry of Information Culture Affairs and Tourism regular press briefing Thursday, Minister Sendolo said the swift electrification process will begin effective December 2013 to March 2014.

Other communities to benefit from the four-month power project includes: Vai town , Clara town, Sonniewen, Duport road reharb and Benson hospital, A.B Tolbert, 12 Houses and Fiamah communities

The Land Mines and Energy Minister noted that eligibility for access to the pending electricity will be determined by the proximity of the community dweller to the transformer in his or her terrain. He said priority will be accorded to residents who are 1,500 feet away the transformer that will be installed in their various communities.

Minister Sendolo revealed that the LEC for the first time in its history is setting up a customer support department where individuals can seek inquiry about electricity connections and other needed information.

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