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Easter: Eko DisCo assures customers of improved service delivery

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) studies that the Federal Authorities has declared April 15 and April 18 as public holidays to mark the celebration.

Idemudia prolonged the DisCo’s felicitation with Christians all around the world as they commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

He noted that Easter is a crucial interval that represents hope, salvation, and new beginnings.

Idemudia stated, “we all know how important this vacation is to our prospects, hence, we’re poised to make sure enough energy provide.”

He stated the electrical energy provide in Nigeria was at present impaired attributable to many challenges particularly the system collapse and low allocation from the nationwide grid having suffered three breakdowns inside a month.

Idemudia stated this had induced outages and irregular energy provide throughout the nation.

“We’re, nonetheless, working assiduously with the custodian of the transmission community, Transmission Firm of Nigeria, to revive normalcy and supply enough energy provide throughout and after the festive interval,” he stated.

In celebrating the Easter holidays, Idemudia enjoined prospects to utilize any of the company’s official social media platforms for his or her complaints and enquiries.

“That is according to the strategic plan of the organisation to interact extra with its prospects vis-a-vis enhancing its customer support index.

“Our technical group is on standby to promptly clear any fault which will emanate inside our community,”he added.

Idemudia additional appealed for extra help from the purchasers in combating vandalism which he described as a plague to the corporate’s community.

He stated it was one of many main causes for incessant and extended outages.

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