The charging station is located in the market place known as Orie Nara.
Chairs were also set up for the villagers to sit while their phones charge.
When the photos were shared online,some praised the Governor for the charging station. However ,many people were not impressed and said the state Governor was "clueless"
Reacting to the development in a statement ,solartym renewable,the firm handling the contract said the project was backed up by Uchenna Nwobodo,the LGA chairman ,on the directive of the State Governor.
It was really obvious that some of the community people wasn't happy about this,but in as much as everything there is need for developments in the state.
His Excellency also stated his plans to embark on his plans to the extensive deployment of the solution in the 260 wards in Enugu state,"it added.
We can't wait to work with the people's Governor ,committing our expertise to deliver quality life to our people.
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