Ibom Power Company’s audit report has been requested by Gov. Eno.

Pastor Umo Eno, governor of Akwa Ibom State, has requested an audit of the state-owned Ibom Power Company.

He explained that the audit’s primary goal was to help the corporation shift its focus and make structural changes that would result in more efficient power generation and delivery.

The governor issued the directive while touring the firm’s facilities in the state’s Ikot Abasi Local Government Area.

He explained that he was not in the habit of taking reports from the field at face value and instead wanted to verify the situation for himself.

Governor Eno said that his tour of the facility was eye-opening, and that many mysteries surrounding the power plant’s operations had been resolved.

As a result of the company’s reorganization, he added, operations will be streamlined and the state’s residents will enjoy reliable electrical service.

My time here has been really educational. Since the Ministry of Power and the Board and Management of Ibom Power have agreed to collaborate, I am certain that we will be able to rectify all of the issues that I have discovered.

Savannah Energy, a gas supplier, is also eager to help with problem solving. Let’s get an audit done so we know what the problems are and can start fixing them and getting things back up and running.

To view the situation for themselves, “the Deputy Governor is here, the Secretary to the State Government is here, and members of the State House of Assembly are here,” he stated.

Ibom Power Company chairman Etido Inyang gave the governor and his team a tour of the facility earlier and provided an overview of the company’s operations before asking for government assistance to ensure the power plant runs at peak efficiency.


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