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Ikeja Electric Plc and Egbin Power Plc have jointly hosted the 11th Monthly Power Sector & Stakeholders Meeting. The meeting which held on Monday, January 9th, 2017 was chaired by the Honourable Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola (SAN).

The meeting, attended by key stakeholders in the power sector, focused on issues relating to the overall improvement of the sector and the challenges of consumers. The Minister called on all stakeholders to ensure better service delivery to customers noting that the era of lackluster and inconsistent performance had long gone. Calling on Stakeholders to continuously play their part in improving the power supply experience of the customer, the Honorable Minister further assured of Governments commitment to create and sustain an enabling environment which will help all players in the sector surmount the current challenges facing them.

The meeting held at the 330/132KVA Ikeja West Transmission Station, Ayobo.

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