He also implored the people of Oro to see this project as their own and to jealously protect it. The new substation project will help boost the socio-economic well-being of the people”, he said. “No doubt, providing quality and reliable electricity supply will help accelerate the socio-economic development of Oro town, Kwara state, and Nigeria at large. Presently, Oro solely depends on a nearby 7.5MVA 33/11KV injection substation which takes supply from the 33KV Isanlu feeder radiating from the TCN 2X30MVA, 132/33kV Substation at Omu Aran, this will soon change as soon as the Oro substation is completed. The growth in power consumption in Oro and its environs necessitated the conception and award of the Oro 132/33kV Transmission Substation.
Source: Nigerian Tribune March 17, 2023 17:11 UTC