Happy and safe are the residents of Vista Xolotlán, Villa Nueva Israel and El Rodeo, located in districts V and VI of the capital, because once again they can enjoy a rehabilitated public lighting system, thanks to the efforts carried out by the Sandinista Government, through the National Electricity Transmission Company (ENATREL), DISNORTE-DISSUR and the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua.
The restoration was accompanied by the municipal authorities, who reported that 35,000 new lights will be installed in the capital and 45,000 will be installed in the rest of the country.
“Starting today, the streets of the Vista Xolotlán neighborhood will be fully illuminated, thanks to the work carried out by Enatrel, to ensure that more than 240 lights work, the entire network of the neighborhood was maintained and 23 new lights were installed, guaranteeing the citizen security,” said Vice Mayor Enrique Armas Rosales.
The Secretary of the Managua Council, Jennifer Porras López, went to the Villa Nueva Israel neighborhood, sharing with the inhabitants of this neighborhood that they already have 84 lights installed, all of them were reviewed through this rehabilitation plan and 25 lights were restored, to guarantee the lighting of the entire sector; benefiting 617 families divided into 2,776 protagonists.
This rehabilitation is part of the National Plan for the Restoration, Surveillance, Protection and Care of the Public Lighting System, which is carried out throughout the country, with the aim of providing a better quality of life to Nicaraguan families, informed the representative of Enatrel, Partner Sofana Gutierrez.
“Present for 40 weeks with this work guided by our Commander Daniel Ortega and Compañera Rosario Murillo, in these 16 departments we have been inaugurating lights that have been in rehabilitation every day and it is a commitment that we have taken with great responsibility, but also the population, which is responsible for and is the protagonist of these projects, that is why we encourage them to continue caring for and reporting any problem, because it represents greater safety for children,” he added.
In the El Rodeo neighborhood, the inhabitants already have 99 lights that were revised, replacing 22 lights, which provide security to the entire neighborhood; turning 2,570 inhabitants into protagonists of rights, divided into 571 families from this point of Managua.
For their part, the families were grateful for this restitution of rights, "thanking very much the President and the Mayor's Office who have come to put up all the lights that were not there in each street, today all the children are happy, because they can now play safely”, said the protagonist Juana Miranda.