EKO Disco boosts electricity supply with N1.44bn

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The Eko Electricity Distribution Company Plc on Wednesday said it had spent over N1.44bn on projects expansion to boost electricity supply to customers in the last three years. The EKEDCP Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Oladele Amoda, disclosed this at a news conference in Lagos to mark three-year post privatisation of handing over distribution companies to […]

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