A few days before Christmas, residents of a part of the Old Road community of Chugbor heard loud sparks from their transformer. These were accompanied by an immediate blackout for all homes connected.
The grid was well planned and laid out. Cables ran throughout the length and breadth of Liberia. I don’t remember owning a generator or hearing the hums of a generator during those good old days.
Several business owners within the Monrovia metropolitan region have lauded President Ellen Sirleaf Johnson for the proposed electricity tariff reduction.
Several customers of the Liberia Electricity Corporation, or LEC, have complained about what they say is the poor service being provided since the recent increase in electricity generation capacity.