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Egypt in, more electricity for Sierra Leone

Egypt-Based Afro Group Calls on Energy Minister,Speaks on Investments in Sierra Leone's Solar Energy Sector 
By:Austine Luseni 
Communications Specialist 
Ministry of Energy 
Contact: 077377042/034157390

Conference Room,Ministry of Energy, Wednesday August 3, 2022, A delegation from Afro Group headed by its Vice President, Ing. Yousri Saadat,has called on Sierra Leone's Energy Minister, Alhaji Kanja Sesay,to brief him on plans by the Egypt-based
 company to massively invests in Sierra Leone's solar energy space. 

Afro Group currently has its operational presence in 16 African countries and in Middle Eastern, Gulf and Asian countries like Saudi and the United Arab Emirates. 

Receiving the delegation, Energy Minister, Alhaji Kanja Sesay, welcomed the team to his Ministry in particular and the country in general,stressing that the country had created the convenient atmosphere for private sector investments and was now looking forward to seeing companies invest.

He said his Ministry was doing a tremendous work in the solar energy space and would welcome efforts from private sector players in that regard.

Vice President of Afro Group, Ing. Yousri Saadat, said they had called on the Minister to brief him on the company's areas of intervention and its plans to start a solar energy factory in Sierra Leone.

He said his company was looking forward to forging a strong partnership with the Ministry of Energy, adding that investments by Afro Group in solar energy would positively impact learning in universities and schools, healthcare delivery and governance.

The energy sector reforms continue.


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