The Kaduna Electric on Friday reiterated its commitment to provide uninterrupted power supply to residents in its franchise states where measures were put in place to curb Coronavirus, Covid19, pandemic.
The company’s chairman, board of directors, Hamisu Abubakar, spoke while on a tour of some of the company’s injection substations and service centers in Kaduna.
He said that the company was in full support of the measures taken by the federal government and some state governments to curtail the spread of Covid-19.
The chairman said that the company would continue supplying uninterrupted power to assist residents cope with their stay indoors during the restriction period.
Mr Abubakar promised that Kaduna Electric would provide adequate power to
all hospitals,water works, security organisations and other essential services to ensure that they discharge their duties effectively.
He urged the staff of the company to see their sacrifice as a duty to the entire residents of the company’s franchise state and humanity.
“In this difficult time, all Nigerians, particularly the business community, have a responsibility to come together and offer selfless service.
“Nigerians should adhere to the advice of health officials and government and ensure the relevant protocols to combat the spread of the virus”, he said.
Mr Abubakar said that the company would continue to provide qualitative service to its customers beyond the lockdown.