Alasia-Borehole Joint CDA express disaffection with IBEDC services
Alasia/Borehole Joint CDA has officially registered their disaffection with IBEDC services in the Alasia/Borehole area of Ota.
In a joint effort today, Tuesday 15th February 2022, the coalition, led by Mr Edun Rasaq made their grievances known to the Business Manager of IBEDC, Rosco Busstop, Iyana Ota Branch, Mr Gbenga, at a meeting in his office.
In their presentation, the Alasia/Borehole Joint CDA members complained bitterly to Mr Gbenga of their many troubles with IBEDC, like the issuance of “crazy bills” which are not reflective or in tandem with the volume of power consumed by electricity subscribers.
The CDA Joint coalition also complained of inadequate supply of pre-paid meters, which, to the best of their knowledge is available, yet being rationed in compliance with IBEDC decision.
Responding, IBEDC Business Manager, Mr Gbenga explained that, in the case of “crazy bills”, IBEDC have no choice, sometimes than to give estimated bills in cases where they cannot access meters or if meters have been tampered with, causing it to malfunction.
He promised that the metering of the Communities would continue but advised that residents must do their own part by ensuring that all necessary wires and cables are in proper places.
Mr Gbenga promised the Joint CDA coalition that IBEDC would re-visit Alasia again very soon to continue the metering of the Community and also address other issues like “crazy bills” and irregular power supply.
In the Group were:
Mrs Ashabi, Mrs Kasali, Mrs Idowu, Mrs Adebisi, Mrs Adebayo, Mrs Ojo, Mrs Joshua, Mrs Oguntolu and Mr Akindele.