ELECTRICITY: EKEDC Reassures Customers Of Improved Power Supply

ELECTRICITY: EKEDC Reassures Customers Of Improved Power Supply

ELECTRICITY: EKEDC Reassures Customers Of Improved Power Supply 

ELECTRICITY: EKEDC Reassures Customers Of Improved Power Supply:- The Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) has guaranteed its clients in Agbara and Badagry people group of improved power supply.

Mr Adeoye Fadeyibi gave the confirmation at the Customer Engagement and Town Hall Meeting held in Agbara with clients and network pioneer agents on Saturday. Fadeyibi, who was spoken to by Mr Joseph Esenwa, the organization’s Chief Financial Officer, said the gathering was to feel the beat of the network on its administration conveyance. “The vast majority of the objections of our clients are custom fitted towards things that require funds.

“We will keep on settling a large portion of the issues inside the farthest point of our capacity since they must be upbeat. “Their fulfillment is our concerned, we will keep on tending to their needs and issues unquestionably with the goal that they can make the most of our administrations,” he said.

On the issue of the transformer to all networks in Badagry and Agbara zones, Fadebiyi said that arrangement of the transformer to all networks was a troublesome thing to accomplish. ”

We perceive the arrangement of transformers to all clients under the system, however would we say we are giving transformers? Truly, we are. “We are not giving it at the pace that they anticipate that us should do it, yet when things improve we will heighten the way toward giving the transformer,” he said.

On establishment of prepaid meters, he asked clients to apply through the organization’s site. He clarified that Asset Providers (MAPs) was liable for the establishment of meters. Fadebiyi said the MAP would introduce prepaid meter upon the satisfaction of the conditions in the structure.

He exhorted the network agents to report any staff of the organization who requests cash to fix flawed post or wire to the organization through their client care numbers.

Additionally, Mr Essien Anneka, the Head, Safety Department, EKEDC, said they had come to sharpen clients on the danger present in the system. “The majority of the individuals don’t have the foggiest idea about that electric shock, electric stun can really slaughter. “We are here to engage individuals particularly advertise people who put their holders under our Right of Way to evacuate them.

“Aside from coming here today, we have gone into networks in Agbara and Badagry informing them concerning the threat of selling under the high strain wire.

“In the event that the wire pressure snap and fall, it can murder many individuals, the clients purchasing from the brokers as well as merchants themselves,” he said. Anneka approached the Lagos State government to assist the organization with evacuating merchants and their holders from these Right of Way to guarantee the well-being of life and properties.

In the interim, Mr Sesi Adebayo, a delegate of Itoga people group in Badagry, whined that the organization was giving power bills to certain clients notwithstanding the way that they had been detached three months back. Mr Akapo James, a client speaking to Iperin Community in Agbara said the staff of the organization were requesting cash to empower the transformer purchased by the network.

Mrs Adebisi Adetunji from Aradagun in Badagry encouraged the organization to rearrange the way toward applying for the prepaid meter to empower uneducated clients to get to it. She expressed gratitude toward the administration for connecting with clients in the zone and required its sustenance.

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