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Thursday, October 1, 2020

NAWEC complains of fuel shortage

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By Omar Bah The spokesperson of President Adama Barrow has said that the National Water and Electricity Company has lodged a complaint to the new government of petrol depravation. “We most say services are beginning to function according to normal. We are also assessing the difficulties they are experiencing because of the short break of administration in the country. There is only one institution that has actually indicated some difficulties which is NAWEC in terms of petrol depravation and measures have been taken to ensure that what they are demanding is addressed,” he said. NAWEC Gambia Ltd. is the country’s main utilities supplier. It was incorporated in June, 1996 as a company limited by shares under the Companies Act of 1955. Its main Kotu Power Station is the principal generator serving the Greater Banjul Area in the Kanifing Municipality. The company is also involved in the generation and provision of electricity, drinking water & sewerage services for domestic, industrial & commercial uses. The regulatory authority, PURA, has the mandate to regulate the electricity and water markets in the Gambia.]]>

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