Eko Electricity has announced the release of its social handles to facilitate better communication between the disco and its customers.
In a statement by its assistant general manager, head of media and communication, Sulaiman Aledeh.
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He said the social handles will also be used to provide “periodic tips about safety” to customers.
The statement reads: “The company's Assistant General Manager/Head, Media & Communications, Sulaiman Aledeh said the release of the social handles is a very important move as this will further enrich the engagement between the disco and customers.
“The social platforms will no doubt also serve as a medium of communication between the company and its wide coverage of customers. Apart from swifter responses, customers will also get periodic tips about safety in their various homes and environment.
“Eko Disco, which is aiming to be West Africa's leading electricity distribution company, in its bid to create a better media presence will also further boost its traditional 'customer-first' approach through these handles.
“Aledeh, the company's Head of Media & Communications said; ''Our wide coverage is one of our biggest strengths. We believe if treated well, our customers will always have good reasons to come back and have great trust in us. We know social media is one of the best means of communication today, hence the release of the handles.
“Nigerians are enjoined to follow us on our social handles; @ekedp on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
“Our coverage areas are Agbara, Ojo, Ijora, Surulere, Orile, Apapa, Festac, Mushin, Ibeju, Lekki, Island(Victoria Island, Lagos Island and Ikoyi), Yaba, ibeju and environ,'' he said.”
Meanwhile,the managing director of Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), Usman Mohammed, alleged that the federal government in the past four years had spent over N1.5 trillion to support the companies in the privatised power sector with nothing to show for it.
Daily Trust reports that Mohammed who made this known on Thursday, April 25, in Lagos, said there is also about N500 billion being planned for electricity distribution companies.
Legit.ng gathered that while speaking in Lagos at the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) interactive forum on eligible customers regulation, Mohammed said people should be worried about what is going on in the nation’s power sector.
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