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Tomori, NCMP – The Juba Electricity Distribution Company has announced plans to cut off power supply starting Tuesday.

The management of the company, also known as JEDCO, says the power halt will start Tuesday until further notice.

Below is the announcement :

This is an urgent announcement from the Juba Electricity Distribution Company. We regret to inform all our valued customers that we are forced to halt electricity supplies from the morning of Tuesday January 12, 2021, until further notice.

The Republic of South Sudan government has not provided the foreign currency required to make long-overdue payments for the bulk energy Ezra Construction and Development Group supplies to JEDCO.

JEDCO is urgently working with stakeholders to resolve the problem in order to resume normal services to you, our esteemed customers.

We humbly apologize for the service interruption and appeal for your patience.

The electricity distribution company has so far connected 9,990 households, 3,550 businesses, and 200 governmental institutions to the grid.

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