Tuesday, 18 January 2011 11:38
As the National Electrification Administration (NEA) is scheduled to hear the alleged anomalies hurled against ZAMCELCO officials on January 19, 2011, ZAMCELCO newly-installed Board President Efren Perez is confident that it will not affect the operation of the cooperative to deliver its basic services to member-consumers.
Perez said he has nothing to do with the alleged controversial issues against the management and the Board.
He added that the problem the cooperative is facing right now is that there are individuals or groups who are trying to destroy the image of the cooperative using the media.
“We are in a democratic country, but we can’t always talk if we don’t have proof. An individual is not guilty unless proven otherwise,” Perez stressed.
The National Electrification Administration will finally determine tomorrow whether there is really cause for legal action against certain ZAMCELCO officials.
“We will follow whatever is the decision of the NEA.” Perez concluded.
By Monch L. Follosco
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