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AEDC Lists FCT Communities to Experience Load Shedding

Full list of communities in the Nigeria’s federal capital territory (FCT), Abuja, that may have electricity supply shortage has been release by the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC).

According to the electricity distribution company, some electricity supply feeders from Kukwaba transmission station supplying power to some communities in the FCT will experience load shedding, pending replacement of the faulty breaker in the station.

In a statement issued on Saturday by the AEDC’s General Manager, Corporate Communications, Mr Fadipe Oyebode, no specific hours of power supply was stated but he expressed the hope that the challenge that resulted in the loadsheding would be resolved before the end of the day.

However, he listed the feeders on load shedding to include L31 feeder that supplies Games village, national stadium, Jewel apartments, Indoor complex, Human Rights Radio and its environs.

Oyebode also said that feeder L32, that supplies customers in Trademore Estate Lugbe, Lugbe Across, Lugbe Zones one to nine, Ako and Aso estates would also experience loadsheding.

He said L33 feeder, feeding consumers in Durumi district, American International School, Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO), Christ Embassy and its environs was also affected.

According to him, feeder L35 supplying railway station and L36 feeding Idu Industrial Layout, Kuchingoro, karmajiji villages, Coca cola and other neighborhoods would also be loadsheded.

Others are consumers in Trade mall, Lugbe, Pyakasa, Sun City, Moccido Housing Estate, Brains and Hammer, African University of Science and Technology among other surrounding communities.

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