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FEA works to restore power supply

By NASIK SWAMI
Friday, January 31, 2014

Update: 1:30PM THE FEA is working to restore power supply that was disrupted because of inclement weather conditions over the past two days.

Authority CEO Hasmukh Patel said power supply to parts of the Western, Central and Northern divisions were disrupted.

"Every effort is being made to carry out repair work promptly and safely to restore power supply at the earliest," Mr Patel said.

Affected areas include:

Western Division:  Balenabelo, Dreke, Nalele, Sigatoka, Korovuto, Nawai, Naria Volivoli, Rakiraki, Votua, Ba, Nabesa, Nadarivatu;

Central Division:  Drekena, Rewa

Northern Division: Naqiqi to Wainikoro and Vunivutu, Yalava Tabia, Nacekoro, Rava, Nukubalavu, Savusavu, Dreketi, Seaqaqa








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