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Mon, 23 Dec 2019 14:39 - Updated Mon, 23 Dec 2019 14:39

CUNENE: 9.5% of customers debts retrieved

Ondjiva - National Electric Power Company (ENDE) recovered 67 million kwanzas of the accumulated debt in southern province of Cunene, from December to January this year, accounted for 9,5 per cent of the total amount.

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debts hinder the implementation of expansion projects

Photo: Pedro Parente

debts hinder the implementation of expansion projects

Photo: Pedro Parente

The accumulated debt dates back to 2000, said the company's spokesperson Luis Capitango.

According to him, 631.3 million kwanzas is still to be recovered.

Luis Capitango told Angop that the failure to cooperate in paying the debt

hinders the implementation of expansion projects throughout the region. 

The ENDE in Cunene controls 17,266 clients, of whom 6,122 with prepaid system.

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