Power distribution company, Ikeja Electric (IE) has signed a power supply agreement with residents of Ikeja GRA, to invest in electricity infrastructure in the estate and provide reliable and quality power supply to residents.
InsideMainland gathered that the contract which is in line with the company’s premium Power Purchase Agreement was signed with the Residents Association in a bid provide residents with electricity supply beyond the existing standards with guaranteed performance levels.
Recall that the power distribution company had earlier signed a similar agreement with residents of Magodo community in August this year.
At the time, the Chief Operating Officer, IE, Mrs. Folake Soetan, said the agreement was in line with the Federal Government’s ‘willing seller, willing buyer’ policy.
“We are confident that this agreement will serve as a model for other power agreements in the power sector because while it is in line with the Federal Government’s policy, it also reflects our unwavering commitment to our customers. This has also been made possible by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission’s directive to provide an enabling environment with exceptional service delivery,” she said.
With this agreement, residents of Ikeja GRA would have access to dedicated customer care and technical teams for prompt resolution of queries or technical issues within the community.