Is Lunsar town a victim of Sierra Leone politics?

EDSA weren’t available for comment into why the sudden lack of electricity supply in Lunsar — an opposition stronghold
Mohamed Kamara (R) …tele center owner struggling to cope economically because of the lack of electricity in Lunsar

“I have stopped selling mobile recharge cards, water, assorted soft and hard drinks; and just focused on mobile charging. All because I can only manage my private power system for six hours a day, instead of my usual fifteen hours. The situation has impacted negatively on my livelihood,” Mohamed says.

Ellen Sesay…family owned pertroleum business overseer - also struggling becauae of lack of electricity and thinking of downsizing her workforce

“The lack of electricity in Lunsar has affected my business, and the livelihood of my family and employees. Thus, undermining my profit margin. I am seriously thinking to downsize my staff because of the constant electricity challenge that has limit livelihood, Sesay says.

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