The management of the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution (PHED) company has expressed shock over the protest by the National Union of Electricity Employees.
A statement by the spokesman for the company, John Onyi, said the demonstration which was staged for reasons yet to be ascertained, led to the barricade of their offices in Rivers, Bayelsa, Cross River and Akwa Ibom states.
The PHED asked electricity consumers to bear with them, stating that efforts are ongoing to dialogue with the labour union.
“Our esteemed customers are enjoined to stay in touch through 09087838800 and 09087838801 (24/7 call centre lines) for fault reporting and make payments through banks and accredited Gpay agents,” the statement said.
Source: Channels Tv