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Also, at the inauguration of second phase of the 222,728 mass metering programme of the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) in 2018, the DisCo Managing Director, Ernest Mupwaya, affirmed that the 11 DisCos incur more losses in unmetered areas.
CECA has acquired a power plant and distributor within Nigeria's privatisation plans (600MW Shiroro Hydro Plant in Niger State and Abuja Electricity Distribution Company).
UBA was the Mandated Lead Arranger, underwriting the entire facility of $122m (N20bn) for Kann Utility's acquisition of the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company to finance the payment of the 75% acquisition of 60% equity stake in the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company.
The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) had in a terse statement issued by its Spokesperson Oyebode Fadipe confirmed the outage which according to him occurred at about 9:10 am.
The said as it were, the stadium relied heavily on power supply from the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC), which once disconnected the facility due to huge indebtedness.
THE Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission(NERC) has in an Order no.NERC/GL/269 disclosed that about 12 electricity accidents were recorded within the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) network between 2018 and 2019.
Speaking at the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) launch of the MAPs in Abuja, the Commission's Chairman, Prof.
The burnt transformer was part of those that feed the 33kV feeders of the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company. However, the fire was put out by the combined effort of the federal, FCT and Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation fire service.