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AGAIN, TWO TOWERS ALONG MAIDUGURI- DAMATURU 330kV LINE IS VANDALIZED

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AGAIN, TWO TOWERS ALONG MAIDUGURI- DAMATURU 330kV LINE IS VANDALIZED.

The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has said that two towers along the Damaturu – Maidugiri 330kV Transmission Line has again been vandalized by insurgents, after it had made concerted effort and restored power to Maiduguri, the Borno State capital, on 24th March, 2021, two months after the first incident.

TCN in a statement said the incident which occurred at about 5.56am on Saturday, again cut power supply to Maiduguri and its environs.

This time, the company said the insurgents chain bombed two other towers; T152 and T153 along thesame line route of the other incident.

“TCN would continue to do all that it can to ensure power supply is restored to the affected areas”, it stated.

 

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