IN the matter of long power interruptions in some provinces in the country, I think my place in Masbate will not lose, where there is almost eight to half days without electricity supply in the capital.
And it is even worse in the towns because the brownout lasts for one to two days, my compatriots believe that there is probably no solution because the Capitol has called its power supplier DMCI several times but there is still no concrete answer to meet the decade of this problem.
This problem will not be solved by changing the general manager of the power distributor MASELCO because no matter how intelligent and talented the management of the cooperative is, the main problem is the insufficient supply of electricity in the entire mainland of Masbate.
That means, if DMCI does not replace its rotten giant gensets with new and modern machines, there will not be enough electricity in every household of my countrymen.
Apart from this, it is also necessary to put an additional plant in some places in the second and third districts of the province so that in the event that its genset fails in the city, residents in remote areas are not affected.
But it is still necessary for the officials of the province to slap the DOE and NEA so that they do not become blind and deaf to the penance of the people of Masbate where even the businessmen here who are deliberately affected by a widespread brownout that lasts almost every day – day after day.
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