Kombo Real Estate partnered with the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC) for the sale of Kombo Power as an authorised agent to make cash power become more affordable, accessible and hustle free.
Malick Jagne, Public Relations Officer for Kombo Real Estate said the Kombo Power is easily accessible within the Greater Banjul Area. He added that they are working on its expansion sale to other parts of the country.
Mariama Minteh, Kombo Power Manger said the sale of Kombo Power will reduce the long queues at NAWEC cash power selling points and can be accessible at any time of the day.
According to her, when you lose your cash power token number Kombo Power can help you get it back.
Fatou Cham, Kombo Power Agent said their charges are flexible and their selling points easily accessible.
Sanna Jassey, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kombo Real Estate said it is important they diversify their services which is why they partnered with NAWEC on the sale of cash power.
“The dynamics of business is changing in the globe and you cannot rely on one thing but provide the needs of people from different ends,” he added, saying this is why the real estate agency partnered with NAWEC on the initiative.
Mr Jassey also said that the service saves one money, time and energy with the tariff very cheap.
He further said that one can also buy Kombo Power by depositing money into one of the Bank Account numbers and call them to let them know the amount he wants.
“We are here to solve the long queues that NAWEC is facing,” he stated while assuring customers that Kombo Power is accessible, safe and affordable.