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Lagos  Government Signs MoA on Power Supply

Lagos  Government Signs MoA on Power Supply

Recently, the Lagos State Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Ikeja Electric Plc. Information Guide Nigeria

According to the agreement, the Lagos State Government would be financing the projects and also provide a meter that meets Ikeja’s Electric’s Minimum Standard.

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While Government will supply personnel for the implementation of the project, Ikeja Electric Plc will be responsible for project execution and will also ensure that funds from the State Government are used for upgrades on designated feeders, distributive transformers, and installation of customer meters.

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