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Comoros: The power cuts that favor the burglars according to the Council President of the autonomous island of Ngazidja




Comoros: The power cuts that favor the burglars according to the Council President of the autonomous island of Ngazidja
The city of Moroni on Grande Comore is affected almost every night from midnight until dawn, by load shedding to avoid saturation of the power electricity grid in the Comorian capital.

For the Council President the autonomous island of Ngazidja (Grande Comore), Hassan Massoundi, this "systematic shedding" has negative consequences on the security of property and people, overnight at Moroni, because according to him the dark make it easier for burglars.

In the sights of the Chairman of the autonomous island of Ngazidja, public establishment of MAMWE which is responsible for the management and distribution of water and electricity in the Comoros archipelago, and its director

Umara Mgomri accused of undermining "civil peace and security of citizens",  as indicated lagazettedescomores.com.
Hassan Massoundi called the country's authorities to react quickly and not allowed to continue any longer such a problematic situation for the city of Moroni.



Anli Saendou


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