In response to the concerning issue of transformer vandalism and ensuing power outages in Offa Local Government (LG), the Muhydeen Okunlola Kayode (MOK) Foundation has taken a proactive approach by distributing another 11 solar-powered street lights to safeguard transformers in the area.
This initiative aims to protect the transformers from vandalism while also ensuring a continuous and reliable power supply to the community.
- Gaa Olomi funfun
- Secretariat III opposite Hon JK House,
- Al-heri Sawmill,
- Nawar-Ud-Deen Primary School,
- Alubata/Isale Offa
- Isale Eid Prayer Ground
- Behind Eid Area
- Ansar-Ud-Deen College Ijagbo
- Okin 105.7 FM
- Egunkara/Igosun Road
- Eesa Atagisoro Estate
Transformer vandalism has been a growing problem in Offa LG, causing frequent power disruptions and inconvenience to residents. Vandalized transformers not only result in inconvenience but also incur significant repair costs for the electricity distribution company. This has prompted the MOK Foundation to step in and find a sustainable solution to address the issue.
By distributing solar-powered street lights in close proximity to transformers, the MOK Foundation aims to deter vandals and ensure the protection of these crucial infrastructure assets. The presence of well-lit surroundings acts as a deterrent to potential perpetrators, reducing the likelihood of transformer vandalism and subsequent power outages.
The installation of solar-powered street lights near transformers not only helps in safeguarding them but also contributes to a more stable power supply for the community. In times of power outages, the solar-powered lights can continue to provide illumination, promoting safety and security during such incidents.
The Muhydeen Okunlola Kayode (MOK) Foundation has consistently demonstrated its commitment to the well-being and development of the community. Through this initiative, the foundation aims to create a safer environment, prevent unnecessary power outages, and alleviate the financial burden on the electricity consumers.
The distribution of solar-powered street lights has been met with appreciation from the Offa community.
The success of this initiative has inspired the MOK Foundation to continue its efforts in safeguarding transformers across Offa LG. The foundation plans to expand the project in collaboration with local stakeholders, focusing on areas with a high incidence of transformer vandalism.
As the community benefits from increased protection to these vital infrastructure assets, residents can look forward to a more reliable power supply, reduced power outages, and enhanced safety in their neighborhoods. The MOK Foundation’s commitment to addressing transformer vandalism serves as a reminder of the positive impact community-driven initiatives can have for the betterment of society as a whole.