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EEDC announces gradual restoration of power supply after system collapse in South-East

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The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) has announced the gradual restoration of electricity supply after the total system collapse within the South-East.

This is contained in a statement issued by the EEDC’s Head of Corporate Communications, Mr Emeka Ezeh, on Thursday in Enugu.

Ezeh said that the company’s Awada Transmission Station had been restored and our Awada, Osamala, 3-3, Army Barracks, Nnewi-Orba, and Obosi 33KV feeders and the PPI and IUNT 11KV outgoing feeders had received supply so far in Anambra.

“Ugwuaji Transmission Station has equally received supply and Gariki 33KV feeder was restored so far.

“New-Haven Transmission Station has received supply and Kingsway 33KV Line 1 and Power-House 11KV outgoing feeder have been restored so far.

 

“Agu-Awka Transmission Station received supply but is presently placed on station services only.

“Kindly note that restoration after system collapse is gradual to avoid further collapse or challenges,” he said.

The EEDC spokesman said that power restoration is ongoing even as “we appeal to our customers in locations that are yet to be restored to be patient as all hands are on deck”.

“EEDC remains committed to delivering improved services to her esteemed customers,” he said.

It would be recalled that electricity system collapse was reported at about 12:30 a.m. today, Thursday; which left the entire South-East in total darkness and affected businesses

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Breaking…Naira abuse: Court sentences Bobrisky to 6 months in custody

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Justice Abimbola Awogboro of a Federal High Court in Lagos, on Friday, sentenced popular cross-dresser, Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, to six months in custody over Naira abuse.

 

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Lagos Court Grants Emefiele N50m Bail

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The embattled former Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele, has been granted bail in the sum of N50m after being charged with a 26-count bordering on alleged abuse of office and irregular allocation of $4.5 billion and N2.8 billion respectively.

 

Emefiele was admitted to bail with two sureties in like sum by Justice Rahmon Oshodi on Friday.

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