Covid-19: IBEDC Donates Over N100M Worth Of Relief Materials Across Franchise Wide, Present N5 Million To UCH

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As part of its corporate social responsibility and contributions towards mitigating the health hazards and hardships caused by the global pandemic COVID-19, Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) PLC  has earmarked about Hundred Million Naira(N100,000,000) for the donation of Relief items such as Rice, Noodles and Semovita as part of our  CSR support to the states we operate in. As known, we cover fully Ogun, Oyo, Osun and Kwara states and partly Niger, Kogi and Ekiti. We are also supporting one of the major medical facilities within our franchise, which has been designated as an apex care giver in the COVID-19 battle- the University College Hospital (UCH) Ibadan with a donation of Five Million Naira(N5,000,000) for the purchase of critical medical supplies needed to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
This was stated by Engr. John Ayodele, Chief Operating Officer (COO) IBEDC represented by the Regional Head for Ibadan, Engr Peter Oyelami at the presentation of the Relief items to representatives of Oyo State Governor, Commissioners for Agriculture, Honorable Muyiwa Ojekunle and Energy, Barrister Temi Ashamu. 
The COO said, the Board, Management and staff of Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) whilst applauding  the proactive measures the federal government and the states’ executive Governors and their lieutenants have put in place in the fight against the Coronavirus Pandemic, realize that we need to join hands with the Government like other public spirited Nigerians and organizations have done in the fight against COVID-19.
Specifically, we are donating food items worth Ten Million Naira(N10,000,00) for Oyo stare. The quantities are 2,500pcs of 5KG bags of Rice, 3000pcs of 1KG of Semovita and 1500 Cartons of Noodles. These donations are being replicated across all the states within our coverage area throughout the week and the next. 
In addition to this, we have committed to providing our customers regular power supply as much as it is within our remit and control. Also, we shall not disconnect non- paying customers during this period except it is based on safety advise. Our staff on Essential duty; the Technical crew are on ground to clear faults promptly. All this is being done to support the various government initiatives and help reduce the hardship the lockdown has occasioned on the citizens.
Our Customers can reach us through either our Call Centre on 07001239999, or visit our website www.ibedc.com or email customercare@ibedc.com or via our social media handles: Facebook – ibedc.ng, Twitter – ibedc.ng, Instagram – ibedc.ng or call our Business Hub directly to report faults or make enquires. 
We appeal to our esteemed customers to enable us serve them better during this period by paying their current and outstanding bills or vend in advance through our Hassle- free alternate payment channels to avoid been stranded during the lockdown.
Finally, we urge us all to adhere to the COVID -19 safety protocols. Please stay safe!

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