Gaborone darkness worries Cllrs

Gaborone City councillors have appealed for the urgent maintenance of non-function streetlights, which have plunged the capital into darkness and given thieves a cover to exert terror on residents.

Their call followed city mayor Kagiso Thutlwe’s revelation on Monday that this year, the Gaborone City Council had invested P23,630,000 to maintain the municipality’s electrical infrastructure.

Debating on the mayor’s speech yesterday, specially elected councillor Macdonald Peloetetse noted that the capital city is dark due to non-functional streetlights.

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