Metro Lagos: Disco Explains Why There Is Constant Power Outage and What Nigerians Should Do



The management of Eko Electricity Distribution Plc. (EKEDP) said that the power supply instability within its network was due to inadequate bulk electricity load allocated to the company from the national grid.

This is contained in a statement issued by the Head of Corporate Communications of the company, Mr Godwin Idemudia, and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Lagos.

Idemudia said that the outages emanated from a drop in the national generation level as a result of incessant acts of vandalism on gas pipelines and transmission towers.

According to the spokesman the areas worst hit by the resultant power rationing include Surulere, Lekki, Ajah, Ibeju, Mushin, Apapa, Yaba and their environs.


What Nigerians should do...

He said that the company’s customer help lines would be available 24 hour to receive complaints from customers and attend to the problems.

Idemudia said that customers having localised faults outside the general power rationing should contact the customer care unit of the business district covering their areas or the central customer care centre at Marina.


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