The administration of Eko Electrical energy Distribution Firm has disclosed that plans have been concluded to offer 20 hours uninterrupted day by day electrical energy provide to its clients in 2023.
That is as the corporate additionally revealed that it’s being owed over N116 billion as at December 2022.
The EKEDC Managing Director, Dr. Tinuade Sanda, disclosed this on Thursday whereas briefing newsmen. In response to her, as at December 2022, vandalism within the firm’s community rose to N2.5 billion and with the estimated price of cables at the moment, must be over N5 billion.
“Money owed alone from Ministries, Departments & Companies, MDAs, is about N40 billion, whereas the whole money owed owed our firm is over N116 billion,” she stated.
She added, “We need to work in direction of guaranteeing minimal 20 hours electrical energy provide as we proceed to get electrical energy from the facility grid. Set up continues to be ongoing and we have now finished 80 out of 150. We’re shifting nearer and nearer to our shoppers. We are inclined to decentralize extra in order that our shoppers can attain us”.