THE management of the Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company has adopted a new corporate name and logo for the company. The company said it would henceforth be known as Kaduna Electric and has adopted an improved redesigned lower case letter ‘K’, which symbolises the company’s renewed commitment to customer satisfaction.
A statement issued by Abdulazeez Abdullahi, head, corporate communications of the company in Kaduna, on Tuesday, April 7, said the brand identity change was aimed at signalling a radical shift from the inefficiencies that characterised how the defunct NEPA/PHCN used to operate. He disclosed that the brand re-launch was one in a series of strategic initiatives that the management had put in place to ensure a complete turnaround in the operations of the company.
According to Abdullahi, the new brand identity, which is already on display at the corporate head office, will be formally launched at a date to be announced soon. The new owners of the Kaduna Electric took ownership of the company in December 2013 after satisfying all the requirements set out by the Bureau of Public Enterprises, BPE, for the sale of the unbundled distribution companies from the defunct PHCN.
— Apr. 20, 2015 @ 01:00 GMT