IBEDC ensures an unlimited supply of light for the anniversary of independence.

    On Friday, the management of Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company, Plc, reiterated its steadfast commitment to guarantee an uninterrupted power supply before, during, and after the country’s 63rd anniversary of independence.

    Kingsley Achife, the company’s managing director and chief executive officer, stressed the significance of upholding the sacrifices and ideals of the nation’s founding fathers as the guiding principles for a united and peaceful nation in a statement made to mark the nation’s independence anniversary.

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    Achife reaffirmed IBEDC’s commitment to advancing national development by providing great service and closing the metering gap inside the franchise region. He claimed that the business has taken steps to guarantee smooth service delivery over the holiday and address any potential electrical issues.

    The company’s customer service line (07001239999) would continue to be operational to immediately address complaints and reports, the MD/CEO added. In order to minimize accidents involving electric poles and other hazards during the festivities, the Management asks drivers to take caution by abstaining from drunk driving and obeying traffic laws.

    “In addition, IBEDC urges customers to stand up against energy theft, which includes tampering with meters or outright stealing electricity from the firm, as well as to refrain from taking any short cuts while paying their bills.


    This approach not only jeopardizes the sustainability of the power supply and compromises the integrity of our electrical distribution system, it also deprives the country of resources it needs to advance. He clarified.

    Achife urged clients to utilize IBEDC’s hassle-free payment options, such as iRecharge, Quickteller, Payarena, Jumia, Watu, Buypower, and ATMs, in order to conveniently pay their bills and refuel their meters. To better assist clients, IBEDC offices will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the holiday.

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