The management of Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHED), celebrates with and congratulates the Executive Governors of Rivers and Cross River States, Chief Barrister Nyesom Ezebunwo Wike, CON and Professor, Senator Ben Ayade, on the Golden Jubilee anniversary of the creation of their states.
The Managing Director, 4Power Consortium Ltd, Engr. Matthew Edevbie in a statement extolled the leadership qualities of the two leaders and also used the opportunity to congratulating them for their second year in office.
Engr. Edevbie said that the company joined other millions of Nigerians in celebrating with the two states, based on the milestones they have attained in the last 50 years. He noted that the developmental strides and people-oriented programmes they embarked upon since their assumption in office have indeed touched the lives of many positively in their states.
Your Excellences, we join other meaningful Nigerians to celebrate with you and indeed your state on this special occasion, for the milestones you have attained in the last 50 years of her existence.
On this auspicious occasion, PHED salutes the God’s endowed leadership qualities in you and make bold to state that the unparalleled developmental strides achieved so far have touched many lives positively in the states.
As a responsive organization saddled with the responsibility of distributing electricity in the region, we have already keyed into your dreams of an egalitarian state, by ensuring that we supply quality and reliable power, safely, to our valued customers, to ignite socio-economic growth, while relying on our highly innovative and motivated workforce.
May God Almighty continue to guide, protect and direct you as you your states to greater heights,
From all of us at PHED, we say happy fifty cheers to our investors- friendly states”, Engr.Edevbie concluded.
In the spirit of the celebration, the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company also doled out gifts like branded pens, among others inscribed with “Rivers @50 and Cross River @50” to the members of the public and their esteemed customers.
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