No fewer than 30 communities in Aawe District of Asa Local Government Area in Kwara State have been in darkness since their creation three decades ago.

Electricity is still a strange thing to them, according to the Head of the District, Alhaji Oba Daudu-Suleiman.

The district head who disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN in Aawe on Monday, described the development as unacceptable.

He said the non-provision of electricity and other infrastructural facilities like good roads in the communities had retarded the growth and development of the areas.

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The district head listed some of the affected communities to include: Olowo, Atere, Elelu, Ogunbo, Yede, Ogundeji, Danbudo, Afonta, Okoolowo, Afo, Ologede, Layeri, Ajengba, Afonta and Ode Magaji, among others.

He appealed to the state government to come to the aid of the communities as a way of bringing development to the grassroots.

He said the provision of electricity in rural communities would curb rural urban migration and create employment for teeming youths in the areas.

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