Abuja Blackout: AEDC says efforts ongoing to restore power to Bwari, others
The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) says it is working with stakeholders to restore power supply to Bwari and its environs.
The management of AEDC, in a statement in Abuja on Tuesday, said the power outage, currently experienced in Bwari and its environs, was due to a technical fault on the feeder serving the area.
“The management of AEDC wishes to notify its esteemed customers in Abuja, Bwari Town, Ushafa Town, Dutse, Jigo, Kuduru, Kuchiko, Bmuko, Garam, Kogo., Veritas University and environs that the power outage they are currently experiencing is due to a technical fault on the feeder serving their areas,” the electricity company stated.
AEDC revealed that “all responsible stakeholders are currently working hard to restore the power supply soonest.”
The company said it regretted any inconveniences caused by the outrage.
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