Hurray, no Christmas electricity blackout! Escom brightens mood

As Malawi joins the rest of the world in celebrating Christmas—a commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ—which this year falls on Tuesday December 25, the citizenry should brace for the glitz and glamour that the festival is associated with as electricity throughout will  brighten  the season’s mood.

Light at the end of the tunnel : It’s starting to feel a lot like Christmas

Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (Escom) has guaranteed an improved supply of electricity during the season.

Escom public relations manager Innocent Chitosi he said his organisation was upbeat about utilising power saved from industry, which might shutdown for holidays.

Chitosi said Escom has been “working very hard and results are begging to show.”

Indeed, most electricity consumers have reported improved electricity supply with reduced hours of load shedding.

Chitosi said what Malawians are getting is “a sign of better days to come.”

Meanwhile, National Police spokesperson James Kadadzera has called on all people in the country to safeguard their lives and property in the festive period.

The police have appealed to Malawians to stay safe in their homes and on the roads.

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Bob
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Bob

Chokani apa

lo budget
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lo budget

Ku bunda Nathenje nkhoma line Momwe adazimila dzulo 16:00 mpaka pano sanayake ndie [email protected] type of improvement is it

concerned citizen
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concerned citizen

Kuzolowera mediocrity. Palibe chifukwa choti anthu asangalalire a short lived period of electricity supply. We want power all day every day. Osati zamasanje zanu mukuchitazo. For years, you have been promising malawians that better days of electricity are coming. It has all been biiiiig lies. Shame.

Mthubu Goloso
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Mthubu Goloso

So is this something to celebrate? I thought it’s ur job to give us Electricity 24/7……after all is it free of charge? Fotseki

Blue Cadet
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Blue Cadet

Etieti? Ndipo mesa akuti it’s just because they will be supplying power reserved because the companies have closed for the Christmas Holiday, are we really supposed to celebrate that? Can that really be a sign of better days to come? Once the companies open we’ll heard back to old ways…

soko
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soko

Sutting down of compnies so that we have eletricity is something to be proud of?????Lets have companies in full operation and have uninterrupted electricty!!!!!!!!

BigMan
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BigMan

I have my doubts.

Blue Cadet
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Blue Cadet

Me too!!!

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