Popoola Olakunle, an employee of Ikeja Electric Distribution Company, has been stabbed on his head.
10 Aug 2019
Enilolobo, Obanla and Ajibose communities in Ifo Local Council of Ogun State, are at war with the Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company...
9 Dec 2018
The management of Ikeja Electric has said that one of its technical staff that suffered electric shock while on duty at a network in Ijegun/Ikotun area of Lagos is alive. Mr Felix Ofulue, IE Head of Corporate Communications Unit, made the clarification in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. He said that the staff was…
28 Nov 2018
Ikeja Electric Plc (IE) has said it will not undermine global Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) standards in its Nigerian operations.
12 Oct 2018
Electricity distribution company, Ikeja Electric Plc has developed a new mobile application called i-Safe that will help protect customers and employees against electrical hazards.
5 Aug 2018
In line with its commitment to reward productivity and bolster efficiency within the organisation, Ikeja Electric (IE), has announced the promotion of 299 employees across various job grades, just as it employed over 500 new staff in the last one year.
2 Apr 2018
Top management staff of Nigeria’s largest electricity distribution company, Ikeja Electric (IE) has presented its Power Play Board Game to the University of Lagos (UNILAG).
5 Sep 2017
The Ikeja Electric (IE) has announced the promotion of 97 employees across its junior and senior staff cadres.
18 Jun 2017
For many residents of Alimosho Local Council, especially those living around Ikotun, Igando, Isheri and Iyana-Ipaja, electricity supply from noisy power-generating sets has been their only source of power in the last seven months.
3 Mar 2017
The management of Ikeja Electric (IE) has announced a planned one-month interruption in power supply to some areas within its network to enable maintenance work.
1 Mar 2017
Ikeja Electric, one of Nigeria’s largest distribution company, has launched a concerted effort aimed at curbing unethical practices across its network and also encouraging customers to report such practices.
29 Jan 2017
From reports, the generation capacity has dropped from 3,959MW to 2,662MW and this is attributed to the low water levels at the hydro power stations and shortage of gas to the power plants due to vandalism.