Cooperate With Our Enumerators, Electricity Distribution Company Urge Calabar Residents

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PHEDC, Calabar
PHEDC, Calabar

The management of Port Harcourt Electric Distribution Company, Calabar Business Unit has urged the general public to cooperate with their enumerators, who are presently undertaking the enumeration exercise of its customers that began 1st of July, 2014.

This was contained in a press release signed by the Cooperation’s Manager, Cooperate Affairs, Mr. Jonah Iboma, obtained by CrossRiverWatch.

The customer inventory exercise is said to be aimed at identifying all customers under the coverage of the company, with a view to perk up the data base of the company and enhance customer service delivery.

The release informed that “Presently the exercise is taking place in the Calabar business unit and it’s environ”.

All customers according to the statement are advised to accord the enumerators the needed cooperation for the overall success of the exercise aimed at serving the public better.

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