Okorocha’s Government House Disconnected Over N200 Million Electricity Debt

By Ikenga Chronicles July 4, 2018

Reports reveal that the Enugu Electricity Distribution Company,(EEDC), has disconnected Imo State Government House from the national power grid, over an alleged debt of N200 million.

The Spokesman of the EEDC, Emeka Ezeh, who confirmed the electricity disconnection, disclosed that it was not the intention of the company to discuss the matter in the Media, as efforts were still being made to get the State Government to pay.

In his reaction, Mark Uchendu, the Imo State Commissioner for Public Utilities, maintained that the core problem is one of reconciliation.

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“The figures are exaggerated. I am sorting out the documents, and what we need to do is to sit down with EEDC and reconcile the actual indebtedness of the Government.

“I am aware that sometime last year, the Governor paid EEDC about N200 million for power supply. So, all we need to do now is reconcile and agree on whether we need to balance the EEDC any outstanding or not.”

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