WASA disconnections stopped, UNC takes credit

WASA disconnections stopped, UNC takes credit

THE United National Congress (UNC) said it was displaying “typical UNC behaviour” in clamping down on the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) attempt to disconnect customers.

In a media release issued by its public relations officer Kirk Meighoo on Saturday, it said WASA’s disconnection drive was “cruel” during a lockdown and pandemic.

It noted that pressure from its members of parliament and the public forced the authority to discontinue its drive which would have left customers without water in a weekend state curfew.

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