Ukodhiko Champions Sustainable Power Solutions at National Assembly

Hon. (Engr.) Jonathan Ukodhiko, the distinguished member representing the Isoko North/Isoko South Federal Constituency, demonstrated his commitment to addressing critical issues in the power sector by attending a crucial meeting at the National Assembly E-Library Building, Abuja. The gathering, convened by the House of Representatives Committee on Power, saw the participation of key stakeholders including the Honourable Minister of Power, Managing Directors of Electricity Distribution Companies of Nigeria (DISCOs), and the Chairman of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC).

Hon. Ukodhiko’s presence underscored his dedication to advocating for improved electricity services for his constituents and Nigerians at large. As discussions centered on strategies to enhance power generation, distribution, and regulatory frameworks, Hon. Ukodhiko actively engaged with fellow lawmakers and stakeholders, offering insights and advocating for policies that prioritize the needs of his constituency.

In his remarks, Hon. Ukodhiko emphasized the importance of sustainable and reliable electricity supply in driving socio-economic development, stressing the need for collaborative efforts between government agencies, regulatory bodies, and industry players to address the challenges facing the power sector.

The meeting provided a platform for robust deliberations on critical issues such as tariff adjustments, metering initiatives, infrastructure development, and consumer satisfaction. Hon. Ukodhiko’s participation demonstrated his proactive approach to legislative responsibilities and his determination to contribute meaningfully to the advancement of the nation’s power sector.

As the deliberations concluded, stakeholders expressed optimism about the prospects of achieving tangible progress in the power sector, with Hon. Ukodhiko reaffirming his commitment to championing initiatives that will bring about positive change and improve the lives of his constituents and all Nigerians reliant on electricity services.

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