Adamawa govt partners NDPHC on solar power

The Adamawa State government on Wednesday pledged to partner with the Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC) Limited on several power projects including solar.

A statement from the company quoted Mr Martins Babale, the Deputy Governor of the state, as  disclosing  this when he received Mr Chiedu Ugbo, the Managing Director/CEO, NDPHC, who  led the company’s management on a courtesy visit to governor.

Adamawa State governor is on the Board of NDPHC representing the North East zone of the country.

On the entourage of Mr Ugbo were Executive Director, Finance and Administration, Alhaji Babayo Shehu, General Manager, Communication and  Public Relations, Yakubu Lawal, General Manager, Finance and Account, Mr Azubuike Ameachi, Adviser on Transmission to MD/CEO, Engineer Steve Olumuyiwa, Adviser on Distribution to MD/CEO, Engr. Patrick Ochibe, Head Distribution, Engineer Jerry Obrutu, DGM Distribution, Engineer Mele Gazama, and Engineer Bille Mohammed, North East Field Project Manager, Engineer Muazu.

He thanked the power company for the numerous project executed in the North East in general and Adamawa in particular.