Anambra State government has reinstated its support to boost power generation in the state.
This was observed when The state governor, chief Willie Obiano signed the memorandum of understanding with electricity power generation company known as transmission company of Nigeria (TCN ) yesterday at government house awka.
However, the power generation boost is in line with the vision of Willie Obiano’s administration.
In line with the agreement between Anambra State government and TCN, the first phase will be at Oba Ojoto (Idemili) with construction of 2 by 60 MVA with 132/33KV line.
The next one will be construction of 2 by 60 MVA at Nnewi, while other ones will be 60 MVA with 132/33KV line at Onitsha, and 132/33KV substation at Ifitedunu, in Dunukofia local government area.
In other hands, the second phase will be at Amansea/Awka with construction of 2 by i50MVA with 330/132/33KV substation, others are 2 by 60 MVA with 132/33KV substation at Aguleri and construction of 2 by 60 MVA with 132/33KKV substation at Ekwulobia /Umuchu, Aguata local government area.
The Governor also said that the power project will last for 18 months and it will boost uninterrupted power supply across the state.
Obiano anticipated that the power projects will enhance the steady power generation and also attracts foreign investors in the state.
In his remarks, TCN, General Manager for Engineering, Mr Geoffrey Nwokoye assured that the project would be completed on time.