IBEDC promises stable power supply during Easter celebrations

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IBEDC promises stable power supply during Easter celebrations

Dare Olawin

The management of the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company Plc has promised customers in its franchise that there would be a stable power supply during the Easter celebrations.

In a statement on Friday, the IBEDC Managing Director, Kingsley Achife, said the company would also keep its technical team on standby to address all issues that may arise during the festivities.


While extending warm greetings to Christians and all Nigerians in commemoration of the Easter season, Achife emphasised the significance of Easter, highlighting its essence of love, renewal, and sacrifice, which are fundamental principles for societal harmony and progress.

The MD urged all citizens, particularly Christians, to embody the spirit of love and compassion, fostering unity and collective prosperity.

“ Achife reaffirms IBEDC’s commitment to providing good service delivery throughout the Easter festivities.

“He assures customers that the technical team will be on standby to promptly address any electrical faults that may arise during this period,” the statement read partly, urging its customers to call for assistance through its customer care line,” the statement read.

The managing director cautioned against the engagement of unqualified individuals to handle electrical issues within communities, stressing the importance of adhering to safety protocols and proper earthing of premises.

He also underscored the dangers of tampering with electrical installations, stressing that such actions are not only illegal but also pose serious risks to electrical accidents.

Achife urged motorists to exercise caution on the roads and avoid driving under the influence of alcohol while adhering to traffic regulations to prevent accidents involving electrical infrastructure.

  1. The According reports that the IBEDC’s promise of stable power supply is coming amid complaints of power outages from its customers in Ogun, Oyo, Osun, and others.
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