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EKEDC confirms fire outbreak at Lagos Island substation

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 Eko Electricity Distribution Company EKEDC has announced a fire incident at its injection substation in Idumagbo Lagos Island Mr Godwin Idemudia General Manager Corporate Communications EKEDC confirmed this in a statement on Tuesday in Lagos Idemudia said that the incident affected electricity supply to customers in Idumagbo and Ajele areas He said the incident occurred about 3 00 p m when one of the 15MVA power transformers inside the substation caught fire This is to inform our dear customers in Lagos Island that a 15MVA power transformer at our New Idumagbo Injection Substation caught fire around 3 00 p m today We will like to thank the firefighters who quickly responded to our call and arrested the situation to prevent the spread of the fire and further damage Idemudia said that the DisCo s technical and safety teams were currently assessing the situation and investigating to identify the cause of the fire He appealed to customers whose supply was affected by the fire outbreak to bear with the company and assured them of interim arrangements to restore power to them from another source NewsSourceCredit NAN
EKEDC confirms fire outbreak at Lagos Island substation

1 Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) has announced a fire incident at its injection substation in Idumagbo, Lagos Island.

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2 Mr Godwin Idemudia, General Manager, Corporate Communications EKEDC, confirmed this in a statement on Tuesday in Lagos.

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3 Idemudia said that the incident affected electricity supply to customers in Idumagbo and Ajele areas.

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4 He said the incident occurred about 3.00 p.

5 m. when one of the 15MVA power transformers inside the substation caught fire.

6 “This is to inform our dear customers in Lagos Island that a 15MVA power transformer at our New Idumagbo Injection Substation caught fire around 3.00 p.

7 m. today.

8 “We will like to thank the firefighters who quickly responded to our call and arrested the situation to prevent the spread of the fire and further damage.

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Idemudia said that the DisCo’s technical and safety teams were currently assessing the situation and investigating to identify the cause of the fire.

10 He appealed to customers whose supply was affected by the fire outbreak to bear with the company and assured them of interim arrangements to restore power to them from another source.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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