Kaduna DisCo raises employee wages despite grappling with a N110 billion debt

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The Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company has declared a 10% salary hike for its employees, despite grappling with a N110bn debt and other challenges.

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission dissolved the board in January due to the debt.

Umar Hashidu, appointed as the administrator, announced the salary increase as a strategic move to motivate staff and improve overall company performance.

Hashidu acknowledged the industry’s precarious state, urging collective efforts to overcome challenges.

Former MD Yusuf Yahaya had resigned before the board dissolution.

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