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Adil secures 360 street lights

By No. 1 Citizen Daily Newspaper


Governor Emmanuel Adil Anthony has launched an ambitious street lighting project aimed at enhancing safety and security in major towns across the state.

The project, which serves as a pilot initiative, will initially focus on key towns while also incorporating the installation of traffic signals in strategic streets within Juba City.

With a strong emphasis on improving safety measures and optimizing traffic flow to reduce congestion, Governor Adil unveiled the street lighting project during an announcement at the State Government General Secretariat.

The initiative aims to provide well-lit streets in designated towns, ensuring better visibility and a secure environment for residents and visitors alike.

During the first phase of the project, a total of 360 solar street lights will be distributed across the locations, marking a significant step towards improved infrastructure and enhanced public safety.

Kajo-Keji County would receive 60 pieces, Lainya County, 50 pieces; Terekeka County, 50 pieces; Yei River County, 100 pieces and Juba City Council would get 100 pieces.

There would be three traffic signals installed in Seventh Day Roundabout, University of Juba, and Gudele.

Mr. Steven Lomude, the Managing Director of City Link Africa Airways, the company contracted to procure the lights expressed the company’s preparedness to swiftly deliver the project to the designated sites.

With their commitment to timely execution, the implementation of the street lighting project is expected to commence promptly.

The launch event witnessed the presence of various dignitaries, including members of the Executive and other senior government officials.


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