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Home TOP NEWS KEDCO apologises for poor electricity supply in Katsina, Kano, Jigawa, explains why (READ)
KEDCO apologises for poor electricity supply in Katsina, Kano, Jigawa, explains why (READ)

KEDCO apologises for poor electricity supply in Katsina, Kano, Jigawa, explains why (READ)

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KEDCO, the Kano Electricity Distribution Company that covers the electricity distribution to Kano, Katsina, Jigawa, and some parts of Bauchi and Niger apologised to its costumes for the ‘protracted power outages’ that bedevilled the aforesaid states.

The company made this apology via its official facebook handle yesterday the 20th of January, 2017.

In the said post, the company further explained why the power supply was very poor these days. The said that, “As at today (20th January, 2017, power generation in the whole country stands at 1,973 megawatts and our allocation hovers around 40 megawatts lately.”

Below is the press release as posted:

 

The Management of Kano Electricity Distribution Company (KEDCO), hereby notify its valued customers in Kano, Katsina and Jigawa States that the protracted power outages currently being experienced across our franchise area is as a result of low power generation. As at today, power generation in the whole country stands at 1,973 megawatts and our allocation hovers around 40 megawatts lately.

We sincerely regret the inconveniences and discomfort this unfortunate development is causing our valued customers. We hope the situation improves from the generation companies so that we serve our customers better.

While we profoundly thank our valued customers for their understanding and patience, we assure them that all hands are on deck to ensure improved service delivery.

Comment(1)

  1. Dear sir,

    I wrote this letter to you on behalf of Yandoma people,with due respect sir we urge you to reconsider and review the distribution mode in respect of your assigned channels,Yandoma town is having some challenges regards to power supply in the area as if it wasn’t from your own esteem power supply centre,We used to spent one week without seeing light for once and when you go to some villages you will see it there,the question is that,are we not paying or we were exempted from it,if we are excluded from your centre sir please help us and relocate us to where we can get access to electricity as part of our dividend of democracy.

    Many Thanks.

    Hassan Musa Yandoma

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