20 March 2019

Nigeria: IBEDC Protests Spate of Assault On Staff

Lagos — The management of Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBDEC) has strongly condemned the spate of assaults and robbing of its staff in three different offices in Ilesa business hub, Osun region within the past week.

Mrs. Angela Olanrewaju, head, Media Communications and Strategy of the company said the dastardly act was carried out by some hoodlums from Bolorunduro and Olomilagbala communities.

"As a customer - friendly company which is always ready to attend to customers' complaints and resolve them, we are disappointed at the attitude of the hoodlums who attacked the staff of the company at their various offices in Isare Service unit, Isokun Service unit and Ilesa business hub office, Oke- Omiru in Ilesa metropolis with various weapons such as guns, cutlasses and cudgels at about 8.30 am," he said.

The company said it was prepared to serve its customers better and cannot jeopardize the safety of its staff at the expense of satisfying its customers.

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