By Orchestra Kamanga
Founder and Managing Director of Jeremiah Stationaries which is located opposite Post Office in Blantyre, Jeremiah Kazota said he was impressed with the performance of utility provider ESCOM saying there is no more black out this year compared to last outrages.
Speaking in an interview Kazota said ESCOM should be commended for minimizing black out saying previous blackouts affected companies.
“ESCOM need to be thanked for their commendable job from January this year compared to 2018,” he said, adding that they must continue the impressive work.
Kazota who is also chairperson of partners of Blantyre Stationaries said the business started well this year but the only challenge is that most Government departments delay for payments hence affecting the business.
He said last year the business was partly affected because politicians kept money for campaign and since campaign period is here, politicians are willing to release it.
“I also thank my customers for being with me during 2018 and i urge them to continue in this year,” he added.
Jeremiah Stationary sells quality products to its customers across the country.