The Management of Kaduna Electric, the operator of Kaduna Distribution Company on Thursday said it would oblige to the suggestion by the leadership of the National Assembly on two months free electricity supply as a palliative during the fight against Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
It however said, this would only happen after all the modalities must have clearly spelt out by the concern partners.
Head, Corporate Communication of the Company, Abdulazeez Abdullahi said in a statement that, as soon as modalities such as starting and ending dates are arrived at, same would be communicated to customers accordingly and palliative would also commence.
His words, “the Management of Kaduna Electric is in support of the suggestion by the leadership of the National Assembly on giving two months free electricity to customers as a palliative in the light of the Covid 19 pandemic.
“However, our customers are to please note that the issue is still being discussed by all relevant stakeholders with a view to fashioning out modalities of how it will be implemented.
“For instance, we have not been directed which two months are to be declared free; whether March and April or April and May, amongst other issues. As soon as all these details are sorted out, Kaduna Electric shall oblige and implement whatever is agreed upon.
“In the meantime, our operations continue as usual. We shall continue to provide our customers with uninterrupted power supply during this difficult period as promised.”