In its business of distributing electricity to its teeming customers, Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) has not relented in improving its functions. The company has satisfactorily provided electricity services to commercial and industrial business customers, as well as government agencies, conducting an hitch-free service in Lagos.
Situated at 25, Marina Street, Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria, Eko Electricity Distribution Company is widely regarded as the flagship of the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI). A strong advocate of equitable distribution of power, EKEDC says for electricity supply to be stable, it requires equitable distribution among households.
However, illegal connections can lead to an imbalance in distribution, thus, causing overloading and power tripping. Situations like this can lead to a prolonged outage in an area.
Harnessing every means of communication, EKEDC is one of the few Distribution companies that has utilized the power of social media in reaching out to its fans.With over 99, 000 followers on Facebook, the company has updated its fans regularly about issues relating to its jurisdiction.
A recent one was dated October 22, 2022, addressed to its customers at Akanji, Surulere axis of the State.
It inaudated them on the outage they were experiencing on Akanji Transformer in Ikate Zone, Surulere. The outage was due to a ruptured cable. Affected Areas: Akanji, Anjorin, Alh Nuru.
While promising its technical team’s asserted efforts on rectifying the fault, the company also pleaded with customers to bear with them.
Ekedc still runs its mandate with a background awareness of its mission to empower the quality of lives of our customers, employees, community and other stakeholders through reliable power and quality services.
Poised to make life easy for customers EKO Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC or EKEDP)’s service is enlisted on 3rd party agents, such as JumiaPay.
The service offers Fast and Easy Payment for EKEDC Electricity Bill from Wherever a customer is. It is a 24/7 Instant Online Payment for Electricity Bill at Zero Service Charge. The service never charges one a convenience fee or service charge.
EKO Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC or EKEDP) is responsible for the electricity distribution activities of the southern part of Lagos state and Agbara in Ogun state. EKEDC covers Agbara, Ojo, Festac, Ijora, Mushin, Orile, Apapa, Lekki, Ibeju and Island.
Olamide Adeniji is a member of the editorial team of TheScript Newspaper