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Report power theft, get 5% compensation of defaulters charged -KEDCO tells customers

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The Management of Kano Electricity Distribution Company (KEDCO) has called on its customers to assist in reporting activities of vandals, power theft in their areas and get  five per cent compensation of defaulter charged.

According to the management in a statement signed by its Head, Corporate Communications, Ibrahim Shawai, vandalism, meter by pass and theft of power installations are serious economic sabotage that needed all stakeholders to address, hence the appeal.

“Power installations and equipment are to ensure adequate and constant power supply to all our numerous customers so any attempt to sabotage such installations affect both KEDCO and customers. Customers can report any case of vandalism, power theft and meter by pass to KEDCO on 09087654005 and the customer will be given five per cent of what the defaulters are charged.

“In addition, we are guaranteeing that your information will be treated with utmost confidentiality as we are mindful of the security of those who reports such activities.

We assure customers that whatever initiative we take is for the improvement of power supply and it is in that spirit that we seek customers’ cooperation in reporting any attempt to sabotage our efforts at delivering quality services to our numerous customers in Kano, Katsina and Jigawa states.”


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