The zone’s Principal Manager, Public Affairs, Godwin Idemudia, who disclosed this in a chat with Sunday Trust last Thursday appealed to the debtors to promptly fulfil their financial obligations to the power company.
According to him, this would give the zone more revenue to be able to execute its projects.
He said customers who paid their bills in bulk would be given concessions.
Idemudia said the current 12-hour load shedding in the zone was due to the ongoing construction works on roads.
He this would stop when the construction works were completed.
Idemudia said management of the zone was looking into the requests made by over 3,000 customers for pre-paid meters but had not received them yet.