The Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN, has restored electricity to Kaduna, hours after Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, called off its 5-days warning strike.
In a statement issued by TCN spokesperson, Ndidi Mbah, on Wednesday. it announced the restoration of the power supply to the state.
“TCN has restored power supply on its 33kv feeders that KAEDCO had indicated readiness to pick supply from. The 33kv feeders include Mogadishu, Abakwa, NAF Base, Unguwan Dosa, Turunku, Arewa, Airport, Kinkinau, Narayi, and Independence feeders.
“The Jaji and Rigasa feeders have also been energized while Olam, PAN and UNTL are about to be energized.
“The Waterworks feeder was energized but stripped on fault on the side of KAEDCO.
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“TCN will continue to gradually restore supply on the other feeders as soon as KAEDCO indicates readiness to take the supply,” the statement said.
Recalls that the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) on Monday, began a five-day warning strike over the sacking of about 7,000 civil servants by the state government.
The strike, which entered day three had crippled economic activities in the state with the government and business owners counting their losses.