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Blackout hits Soludo, Obi, Uba’s communities, 30 others in Anambra

The community of the Anambra State governor-elect, Prof Chukwuma Soludo, and that of a former governor of the state, Peter Obi, will suffer power outage.

Also to be affected by the blackout is the home of the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Senator Andy Uba, and about 30 other communities in the state

The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company stated this in a statement made available to journalists in Awka, Anambra State by its Head, Corporate Communications, Emeka Eze on Monday.

The statement read in part, “The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company Plc wishes to inform her esteemed customers in Awka and environs that the loss of supply currently being experienced is as a result of power failure from Agu-Awka Injection Substation.

“The Agu-Awka Substation lost supply from Onitsha TCN Station at 10.42am today, November 29, 2021 and the cause is yet to be communicated.

“This development affected electricity supply to Awka District, Neni, and Agulu 33KV feeders under Ekwulobia District.

“As a result, all our customers in Awka, Agulu, Nise, Neni, Awgbu, Aguluizuigbo, Nanka, Umuchu, Achina, Uga, Obodoukwu, Isuofia, Mkpologwu, Adazinuku, Adaziani, Oraukwu, Nnokwa, Alor, Adazienu, Obeledu, Akwaeze, Igboukwu, Oraezi Aguluezechukwu Town, Ula, Umuchiana, Ihuokpala, Nkolo, Oko Road, Agba, Ekuwlobia Road, Eke Ekwulobia, Stadium Road, Ekekanaya, Ortom Place Hotel, Bank Road, and NAFDAC area are without power supply.

“We are standing by for further communication and supply restoration from the Transmission Company of Nigeria and regret the inconveniences this has caused our esteemed customers. EEDC remains committed to providing improved services to her customers.”

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