President envisages Amaila project will end power woes in three to four years

Amidst the ebb and flow of the political controversy plaguing the Amaila Falls Hydroelectric Project, President Donald Ramotar believes that the worst of the country’s electricity woes could be over “within three to four years’ time” if the anticipated deal for the completion of the project is signed by the end of the year.

The President made the projection while speaking at an open day hosted by the Mahaica-Mahaicony-Abary/Agricultural Development Authority (MMA/ADA) on Wednesday last.

Government has been seeking to restore credibility to the previously highly touted project which has come under  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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