The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) has denied reports advising customers to switch off their appliances.
A report emerged on Sunday that there will be high voltage in Abuja.
But reacting, AEDC’s Chief Marketing Officer, Mr Donald Etim in a statement on Monday, assured customers of its ability and technical competence to provide a safe and stable electricity supply.
Etim added that the message was false.
The viral message had read “A PIECE OF ADVICE FROM NEPA, (Power Holden Company).
”You and the entire public are humbly advised to turn off all appliances in your home because there is hope for power supply new week starting from May 9, 2022.
”The initial power supply will be coming with high voltage because most industries have switched to their generating power supply.
“The first power supply will or may come with damaging effect. Please, save your electronic gadgets and appliances.”
Etim maintained that AEDC would continue to provide a safe and stable electricity supply to customers in their homes and offices.