Kano Electricity Distribution Plc (KEDCO) has promised to enter into a partnership with the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) Kano State Chapter to arrive at a comprehensive and workable strategy to revive ailing industries in the commercial city of Kano.
According to the company, these strategies include a five-year tariff path and a comprehensive technical investment framework towards service improvement.
This was disclosed by the Managing Director of KEDCO, Dr. Jamil Gwamna, when he visited some key customers of the distribution company.
Accompanied by the management team of KEDCO, Gwamna visited the Sharada industrial layout as well as the Dakata and Bompai industrial areas where he engaged captains of industries in a bid to come closer and achieve customer intimacy.
He noted that electricity forms a significant portion of the operational expenses of the manufacturing industries, so it is necessary to hear directly from the customers how they can be served better.
Most of the issues raised by the industries centered directly on the new tariff structure tagged MYTO2.1, which took effect from Janaury 1st 2015.