The Management of the Kano Electricity Distribution Company (KEDCO) has said it will engage 200 communities in its effort to boost revenue collection and improve service delivery.
According to a statement by the spokesman the company, Ibrahim Sani Shawai, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of KEDCO, Dr. Jamil Isyaku Gwamna, disclosed this while briefing journalists.
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Dr Gwamna said the role of the communities was key to KEDCO’s priority in 2021, as the company hopes to strengthen engagements to boost revenue collection as well as improve service delivery.
“Hence, the initiative to engage these communities to partner with us to find a way to encourage members of their communities to continue to pay their outstanding and current bills in full.
He said, “KEDCO will also engage on mass public enlightenment to members of the public in this regard.”
The Kano DisCo boss stated that efforts would be intensified by KEDCO to reduce its Aggregate Technical, Commercial and a Collection (ATC&C) losses which stands at 48.80 per cent, to the barest minimum.
He assured customers of KEDCO’s resolve to improving supply in the New Year, adding that a lot of investments had been earmarked to make service delivery better in 2021.