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Wow! You won’t believe the International certifications awarded Ikeja Electric; See them here

Ikeja Electric Plc, Nigeria’s largest distribution company, has been conferred with the ISO 9001 & OHSAS 18001 International Certification as a mark of its commitment to safety, quality management of materials and resources. Speaking on the certification, the Company’s Head of Corporate Communications, Felix Ofulue, explained that with this achievement, Ikeja

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Revealed! See the reason behind the power outage in Alimosho, Ejigbo, Isolo, others

Following the power outage witnessed across Alimosho, Ejigbo, Isolo, Olorunda and other Lagos Mainland communities, the management of Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has attributed the in adequate power supply the communities to upgrading of its transformers at Ejigbo and Alimosho transmission sub-stations. According to Mrs. Celestina Osin, the Principal Manager

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Alimosho residents throng power company’s medical outreach

More than 200 residents of Lagos benefited from the medical outreach organised by Ikeja Electric in partnership with Exton Mobile Limited and 11 other United States-based medical practitioners which held over the weeked. The medical team were led by Dr. Olawepo Olajide led the US-based medical experts who participated in the

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Ejigbo, Shasha, other communities may experience blackout for 5 weeks – See why

Residents of Ejigbo, Oke Afa, Foursquare, Airforce, and Ire Akari communities in Lagos Mainland may experience power blackout for the next five weeks. This is because the management of Power Distribution Company, Ikeja Electric Plc. has announced the commencement of upgrade on Ejigbo and Alimosho transformers servicing the communities. According to

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Good news for 2000 Hypertensive & Diabetic Alimosho residents

Power distribution company, Ikeja Electric Plc (IE) has concluded plans to stage a medical outreach for communities within its network, in line with its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) objectives. The event is in collaboration with one of its business partners, XT Monitor Ltd. The activity, which is slated for the 9th

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Here’s why power supply to Ogudu, Ojota, Gbagada & more communities will improve

If information reaching us at InsideMainland is anything to go by, then residents of Ojota, Ogudu, Gbagada, Soluyi, Alapere and environs have a reason to smile following the latest move by power distribution company, Ikeja Electric Plc. InsideMainland learnt that the company otherwise known as Ikeja Disco has invested the sum

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Are you one of those who use electricity without paying? Read this

Following the continuous energy theft affecting the electricity industry in Nigeria, recent indications have shown that energy thieves may be risking 21 years jail term if found culpable. The development was announced by the Head of Corporate Communications, Ikeja Electric, Mr. Felix Ofulue, who stressed that efforts to check such stealing

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APC member electrocuted in Somolu flood

Report has it that a member of the All Progressives Congress, Alhaji Lateef Ajikanle, has been electrocuted in his home on Bolaji Omupo Street, Somolu. The father of four reportedly returned home after prayers in a mosque to meet his compound flooded. He waded through the flood and in an

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Ikeja Electric cautions residents on activities under power lines

The management of Ikeja Electric (IE) has warned residents of all the areas under its network to desist from engaging in any form of commercial activities under power lines during the rainy season. The disclosure was made by Mr. Felix Ofulue, the Head, Corporate Communications Unit, Ikeja Electric in an interview

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Mainland residents would still get power supply during the 30 days planned outage by Ikeja Electric

Few hours into the planned power outage across different parts of Lagos under the power network serviced by Ikeja Electric, the company has announced the process would not leave customers entirely in darkness. According to Ikeja Electric, the planned outage which “begins March 6 won't leave customers entirely without supply.” Rather,

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