OCTOBER 31, 2014 By Victoria Saffa
Commercial Manager at the National Power Authority (NPA) has disclosed that they are expecting 3,000 pre-paid metres in the first week of November to be installed in homes in Freetown and its environs.
Manley Bangura was speaking in an exclusive interview with Concord Times as he was quizzed about delays in the arrival of pre-paid metres.
He said the metres would have arrived in August but for the outbreak of Ebola which led to the cancellation of flights to the country.
He called on customers that have paid for new metres to be patient as they await their arrival in November.
Bangura also appealed to people “to use the right channel to get their metres” because “we are going to distribute these metres to people that paid for their service directly in the office”.