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Citizens have praised the energy minister and the New Direction government as electricity returns to normalcy..

The city of Freetown has been without power for more than a week.
Despite the fact that the EDSA issued a statement outlining the reasons for the power outage, some citizens had different interpretations. Some spoke out against the government, while others spoke out in support of the administration, and still others came to an objective conclusion, explaining the real reasons and how the government could intervene to solve the problem.
Following the detection of the fault, as stated in the ministry's press release, officials of the said ministry were investigating the fault, energy ministry officials made it clear during a press briefing at the ministry of information and communications that the problem for the power outage had been identified and that work was underway to restore electricity in the Capital city no later than this week. And as they say, so they do, which is commonly translated as talk en do.
Furthermore, the New Direction government has restored electricity to Bo and Kenema, which had adequate electricity supply during the days of late President Kabba but later experienced a total blackout during the APC era.

Not only has electricity been restored in Bo City, but it has also been extended to previously unconnected areas such as Masiaka, Mathoir, Kissy Kama, Beudu, Sumbuya Lugbu, Mano Sakrim, and others, thanks to the hard work of the minister and deputy minister of energy.
Finally, Freetown lacks the necessary reliable electricity generation plant, but the New Direction government is working to find a solution that will allow the inherited power ship to be replaced with a more sustainable and affordable power supply.


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