The management of Abuja Electricity Distribution Plc (AEDC) has said it will complete the fixing of a faulty transformer at the Federal College of Education (FCE) Okene, Kogi State, in three weeks and restore power supply.
The college had, this week, raised concerns over 42 days of power outage that had forced it to close and noted that AEDC had said it was working on the faulty transformer.
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However, in a statement yesterday, AEDC said: “Till date, both parties have been in constant communication regarding the progress made on the repairs while committing to conclude the repairs within three weeks from the date of this publication.”
According to AEDC Chief Marketing Officer, Mr Donald Etim, “This is one case we have taken very seriously. From the onset, we have broken protocol and even tagged it as a top priority to get it resolved.
“With our power of commitment on our side, we shall always strive to ensure that our customers get the best service we can offer at any given time.”
AEDC restated its unflinching commitment to all its customers, stating that it will not relent in ensuring all its customers are timely serviced and 100 per cent satisfied.