Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda decides that no student should be without electricity at home


 The Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda decided to guarantee that no student is without electricity at home. 

Those students whose homes have been disconnected from the electricity utilization will have special arrangements to guarantee that electricity is supplied to the house. 

All tenants and homeowners are encouraged to pay their APUA bills.

Those parents who have children enrolled in school and who have lost their electricity because of Covid-19 conditions, including unemployment, will have special arrangements made to secure the electricity required to power their Internet devices, and light to do homework at night.

(Cabinet Notes)


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  1. I will tell you the next best thing you all need to do cut down the price of this ridiculous lite and water bill cause my water is only a hundred dollars less than my lite and that is kill me

  2. This is a very good move. Not good news, it is remarks like the one you made that worries me about where Antigua is going. How is this bad news for the opposition, is this even political. One of the duties of any sensible government is to ensure the youths are educated. I can see that once you road fix come election they have your vote.

  3. Excellent initiative but how will the opposition oppose this one is the burning question.

    Good move for the people

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