Nigeria/March 25, 2019/Agency Reporter /No Comment/148 views /nigeria Court again orders IBEDC to restore electricity to Ijesa land | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World Newsshare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel Electricity Pole. PHOTO:csiro.au An Ilesa High Court in Osun, again ordered the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) to restore to restore electricity supply in Ijesaland, Osun State. Justice A. L. Adegoke, who gave the order on Monday, held that partial compliance with the order of the court would not be tolerated. NAN reports that on March 18, the court ordered the IBEDC, to restore public electricity supply in Ijesaland,. This followed an ex-parte application filed by the Nigeria Bar Association, NBA, Ilesa branch against the distribution company for allegedly shutting down public electricity supply in Ijesaland. ALSO READ Jigawa Guber: SDP speaks on ‘stepping down’ for another partyThe court, presided over by Justice Adegoke also granted the prayer of the association to serve the court processes on IBEDC in Ibadan. Speaing to NAN after the court’s ruing, the Plaintiff Counsel, Mr Olayinka Sokoya, who spoke on behalf of Mr Kanmi Ajibola, said that the court has extended the validity of order until April 16. “There cannot be contempt of court and be asking for any favour from court, but they should strictly adhere to court order so as to maintain peaceful coexistence in Ilesa and its environs. ALSO READ Why CBN reduced monetary policy rate to 13.5% -- Emefiele“Hopefully any moment from now, electricity supply would be restore to Ilesa and Ijesa land communities which will ameliorate the hardship of the indigenes” he stated. Also, Mr Adegbite Adeniyi, the IBEDC Counsel, told NAN that IBEDC has partially comply with court order by restore light to four local governments out of Six local government in Ijesa land. ALSO READ Take That Adventure Because It's 'Walk On Your Wild Side Day'Adeniyi said that the four local governments where electricity were restored are Oriade, Obokun, Atakumosa East and West. He said that part of the equipment damaged cannot be easily bought in Nigeria. Adeniyi said Atakumosa West still faced power outage because IBEDC was forced to comply with court order and the restoration has affected their appliances. NAN reports that irate youths protested on March 18, while the IBEDC office got burnt against the disconnection of light in Ijesa land. Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:nigeria share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous article9ice Drops Video For ”Wahala Dey”next articleDriver Threatens to Run Into 2 Veiled Women in BelgiumRelated Posts446 shares Nigeria/April 18, 2019 /No Comment Starboy! Wizkid to feature on Beyonce’s new album443 shares Nigeria/April 18, 2019 /No Comment IDPs want more from President Buhari — NCRMISuspected cultists charged with robbery, murder of ASPAkpabio says INEC is disobeying court’s ordersUTME: 3 docked for double registration | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World NewsEaster: FRSC begins special patrol in AnambraBBM to shut down May | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World NewsLiverpool star Salah stars on Time magazine’s cover | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World NewsMan remanded for allegedly stabbing father to deathAlleged Gang-rape: Court denies Babcock university student bail – Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.