In her Anniversary address EKEDC Managing Director, Tinuade Sanda, lauded the entire workforce for their resilience, innovativeness and commitment towards providing a safe, constant, and reliable power supply to the customers.
Babatunde Lasaki, General Manager, Corporate Communications, tendered the apology in a statement in Lagos.
The Chief Executive Officer, EKEDC, Dr. Tinuade Sanda, gave the assurance during a Customer Engagement Forum.
Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC), Nigeria’s leading utility company, has attained another milestone with the conferment of internationally recognized certification in Information Security Management System, ISO 27001:2013.
The Magistrate, O. Y. Adefope, ordered that the defendant should be kept at the Ikoyi custodial facility for 30 days.
Eko Electricity Distribution Company has reassured its customers of its readiness to begin a large-scale metering initiative for prepaid meters within the company’s network areas.
This comes on the back of the arrest, police investigation, and arraignment of two individuals, one Julius John Adeyemi who beat up a staff of EKEDC while performing his duties in the Ijesha area of Surulere, Lagos while the other, Nwokocha Emmanuel, who was illegally found in a distribution substation premises of the Company at Tincan Port, Festac, Lagos, to steal contrary to section 406 of the criminal law of Lagos State of Nigeria 2011.
Chief Executive Officer, EKEDC, Dr Tinuade Sanda, said this Friday in Lagos that the company would deploy sufficient capital expenditure (capex) for the procurement of distribution infrastructure to boost supply in the area.
Eko Electricity Distribution Company has disclosed that Ministries, Departments and Agencies owed it over N42 billion to date.
Dr. Tinuade Sanda, the Chief Executive Officer of the EKEDC, disclosed this during a customer engagement forum.
The communities are: Ajah, LBS, Sangotedo-Abijo, Awoyaya, Oribanwo, Lakowe, Bogije and Kajola.
The DisCos made the announcement in separate statements on Sunday to sensitise their customers on the increase.
The Chief Executive Officer (EKEDC), Dr Tinuade Sanda, made the appeal during a customer engagement forum organised by the company Thursday in Lagos.
This was made known in a statement signed by the EKEDC Head of Corporate Communications & Strategy, Babatunde Lasaki.
Godwin Idemudia, General Manager, Corporate Communications, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria.
The firm, according to a press release, made the pledge at the customer engagement forums held on November 10 and 17 respectively, in continuation of its strategic plan to engage electricity consumers across its franchise area for improved service delivery based on feedback.
Held at the Space Pad, Peugeot Building at Agungi, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos, the forum was attended by residents of Lekki and its environs.
The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of EKEDC, Dr. Tinuade Sanda, said this when she addressed customers.
The Managing Director/CEO of the firm Dr. Tinuade Sanda, dropped the hint at its last town hall meeting with the Agbara District, in its continuous engagement with customers, in Ijanikin, Agabra Industrial Estate and the Badagry environs.
The meeting, held on Thursday, had many Community Development Associations executives and customers present.