Nigeria, Abuja: Abuja Electricity Distribution Company announced it will improve power supply services to its customers in Abuja, Niger, Nassarawa and Kogi States.
The statement came as a result of strategies to confront the problems of low load allocation from the transmission sector, vandalism of the network and poor state of electrical infrastructures, reports This Day Live.
The programme will include replacement of faulty equipment and reinforcement of the network. The company has recently procured hundreds of power transformers and supporting equipments and materials such as feeder pillars, aluminium conductors, overhead line accessories, underground cables, and cable accessories.
“These transformers are presently being installed in Abuja, Kogi, Niger and Nassarawa states to address faults and overloaded circuits.” the company stated. In addition to this, the company said it had scaled up maintenance on its network in order to improve their performance.
“These improvements will enable more customers who until now had no opportunity of connecting to our network to access electricity, thereby improving their quality of life.” the statement added.