‘Light Won’t Go Off In Igbo Land During World Cup’
Utopia, day-dreaming or miracle? It depends on how you look at it.
But if this promise were to be taken seriously, then Eastern Nigeria will be the best place to be during the world cup.
The company in charge of power distribution in the zone, Enugu Electricity Distribution Company, EEDC is promising constant power supply during the tournament.
To fulfill this promise, EEDC says its customers will enjoy prompt repairs of faulty electrical installations and improved services during before the start of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
EEDC’s Head of Communications, Emeka Ezeh, told newsmen on Friday in Enugu that the company’s services are not dependent on the World Cup but noted that the company would re-double its efforts knowing the importance Nigerians attached to football.
“We would want our customers to co-operate with us by giving us prompt information on faults in their neighbourhoods through our call centre hotlines; our area feeder manager’s line or even the EEDC’s marketers in their area.
“These numbers are written boldly in their bills or part of the online message sent to customers when the payments of their bills are done electronically.
“We have stationed our teams of engineers and technicians to work 24 hours each day to ensure that no fault interrupts services to our esteemed customers.
“Our service centres will be open in the same vein to ensure prompt re-charge and payment of bills; while our various electronic payment platforms are also open to make things easy for our customers,’’ he said.
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