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MUST READ: Mushin resident pens open letter to Ikeja Electric

Since writing of open letters to address an issue or take a position became a popular thing in the past years, it appears the era is not ending anytime soon.

This is as a result of a new letter written by a Mushin, Lagos Mainland resident to the management of disco company, Ikeja Electric.

According to the resident, Babatunde Enitan in his open letter, the refusal by the power company to supply his community power as become a major cause of worry.

He noted that the efforts and various complaints by residents to salvage the situation is yet to yield a favourable result, while begging the company to come to their aid in the axis.

Read the full letter below.

“Good morning everyone. My name is Babatunde O Enitan, I’m a resident in Mushin and a community concerned Lagosians.

I have a complaint to make as regarding our transformer, we are under Ikeja Electric Distribution Company, I really do not understand the zoning but that’s all I understand about where our supply of electricity comes from.

For months, we have been faced with several faults and none supply of electricity due to our transformer fuse that had gone from bad to worse.

I am writing on behalf of other residents here in Mushin – Olomowewe/Jinadu/Ogunmokun/Olateju and environs.

I’ll appreciate that, the appropriate authorities come to our aid.

I’ll be on ground to provide further information if the need arises. Here’s my number for further communications – 08025674880.

Thank you!”

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