Niger Republic Power Sharing Created Drop In Supply To Kano

Kano Electricity Distribution Company (KEDCO) has ascribed the drop in power supply to the wheeling of 15 megawatts of the 50MW allotted to it, to Gazoua in Niger Republic as a feature of Nigeria’s reciprocal concurrence with the nation, The Guardian reports.

An announcement by the representative of KEDCO, Mohammed Kandy, said that the organization was given 50 MW from the national matrix to supply its power shoppers in the establishment zone of Kano, Katsina and Jigawa states.

Be that as it may, in view of Nigeria’s respective exchange with Niger Republic 30 percent of the megawatt allocated to KEDCO was wheeled to Niger Republic and this has brought on the drop in force supply. The announcement further guaranteed its clients that ordinary force supply would be restored soon, as the Federal Government escalates endeavors to address the circumstance.

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