43% OF OUR STAFF ARE FROM IKOT ABASI – IBOM POWER MD

The Managing Director of Ibom Power Company Limited, Engr. Meyen Etukudo has said 43% of the 107 permanent staff at Ibom power are from the host Local Government Council, Ikot Abasi.

Speaking during a courtesy visit of Ibom Power Company’s management to the newly elected Chairman of Ikot Abasi Local Government Council, Mr. David David Eshiet, the MD said this number excludes contract staff and other engagements in the company.

Addressing the Chairman and his team consisting of the Vice Chairman, Hon Etop Enang and the Council Secretary, Etenam Umana, the MD shared the accomplishments of Ibom power along with the prospects and challenges of the company.

He said last year Ibom power received accolades in Nigeria, Africa and International community from Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC); African Quality Awards and at the General Electric (GE) frame 9E conference in Dubai respectively.

On the prospects of Ibom power, the MD said “several investors have indicated interest in the 500megawatts Phase 2 of Ibom power plant and progress is being made towards the development of the project”.

He however mentioned that the biggest challenge of the company is the non-payment of the full monthly invoices by the Nigeria Bulk Electricity Trading company Plc. (NBET).

At the meeting where both parties discussed issues of mutual interests, Engr. Etukudo reiterated the commitment of Ibom power to ensure the provision of steady and quality power supply to Ikot Abasi community as soon as possible.

The Chairman, Mr. David David Eshiet lauded the Ibom power management team for the courtesy visit. He appreciated the efforts of Ibom power towards the progress of Ikot Abasi thus far and expressed the readiness of his office to partner with Ibom power for the development of Ikot Abasi.

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