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Stop illegal connections from distribution transformers- Kano DisCo warns

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The Chief Executive Officer, Kano Electricity Distribution company (KEDCO), Dr Jamil Isyaku Gwamna, has warned against illegal connections from distribution transformers in Kano franchise.

Gwamna gave this warning while briefing newsmen on some of the illegal activities happening in Kano franchise.

He said such illegal connections from power installations such as distribution transformers was a threat to the lives of those who carry out such activities.

According to him, those who engage quacks to help them connect power from transformers were as guilty as those they engage if not more in view of the several dangers involved in such activities.

According to him, the act disrupts supply, causes electrical hazards which often results to loss of lives and even property, leads to inaccurate consumption of energy as well as fluctuation in supply.

The Kano DisCo boss appealed to customers to always contact KEDCO for any repairs or connections in the interest of all stakeholders as this act affects the power distribution sub-sector entirely.

Gwamna restated the commitment of KEDCO in ensuring that customers get value for their money as far as power distribution in concerned in Kano franchise.

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