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The management of Ikeja Electric says it has promoted 97 employees across its junior and senior staff cadres in demonstration of its commitment toward rewarding excellence, hard work and dedication.

Mr Felix Ofulue, the Head, Corporate Communications of the company, in a statement on Monday, said 34 Senior Staff and 63 Junior Staff members were elevated in the exercise.

According to Ofulue, the exercise spread across the six Business Units and company head office.

“The promotion will further boost employee morale and productivity, ensuring that they continue to delight our company’s esteemed customers through efficient customer service delivery,” he said.

Ofulue said that one of the key objectives of the organisation is to create a high performing organisation which satisfies the needs of its customers.

According to him, this will continue to re-engineer the company’s operations for greater impact, while expressing its resolve to deliver service excellence.

“Ikeja Electric places high premium on human capital development as a vital component in its quest to provide the best possible service to customers within its network.

“We are an equal opportunity employer and our standard requirement is excellence as we clearly understand that a performance-driven organisation is critical to the achievement of our overarching objectives,” he said.

Ofulue said that despite the day to day economic realities of doing business, the company was poised effectively to drive its commitment to deliver efficient and sustainable power supply.

According to him, the company will achieve this through investments in new technology, infrastructure upgrade and human capital development.

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