EEDC attributes service disruption to actions of vandals

The Enugu Electrical energy Distribution Firm PLC (EEDC) has attributed the service disruptions skilled in some elements of its community to actions of vandals.

The organisation additionally disclosed that eight individuals who vandalised the EEDC amenities have been apprehended.

The disclosure was made on Thursday by an announcement issued by the Head, Company Communications, EEDC, Mr. Emeka Ezeh.

Within the assertion, Ezeh lamented bitterly how the rising fee of vandalism has adversely affected the corporate’s service supply to its clients.

He additionally recommended the assist of important stakeholders and the assorted vigilante teams in nipping this ugly development within the bud, at the same time as he confirmed that a lot of the arrests had been made by the vigilant teams. A improvement he attributed to the constant engagement with stakeholders on the necessity to make sure that {the electrical} installations sited inside their neighbourhoods are shielded from assault by vandals.

In keeping with Ezeh, over the weekend, a suspected vandal recognized as Nonso Sunday Nwajonta, was arrested in possession of aluminum conductors (cables), by the youths of Ulakwo neighborhood, Owerri West native authorities space, Imo state.

Throughout the similar interval, with the help of safety males hooked up to Nnamdi Azikiwe College (UNIZIK), Awka, Ifeanyi Onwe and Anthony Oselebe, had been arrested for vandalising a substation belonging to EEDC located alongside Enugu-Onitsha Expressway, by Pioneer College students Hostel.

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