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NEMSA boss felicitates with Muslims at Eid

Closing infrastructure gap will improve power supply in Nigeria – Tahir

Aliyu Tukur Tahir, Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Electricity Management Services Agency (NEMSA) and Chief Electrical Inspector of the Federation (CEIF), has felicitated with the Muslim community in Nigeria on the occasion of the Eid-el-Adha celebration asking Allah to bless the ummah and keep them on the path of goodness.

Tahir also congratulated the pilgrims, especially those from Nigeria whose Hajj rites climaxed with their gathering and prayers at Mount Arafah on Saturday

He prayed Allah to accept their spiritual journey, reward them with Al-jannah Firdaus, and grant them journey mercies back to the country

He urged the Muslim community to reflect on the lessons of Hajj and the festivities around it, such as the virtues of patience, sacrifice, piety, faith in God, justice and fairness, support for one another, and persistent reliance on the Creator in all areas of our lives.

Tahir assured Nigerians of NEMSA’ s determintion to discharge its mandate which includes: the enforcement of Technical standards and regulations, Technical Inspection, Testing and Certification of all categories of Electrical installations, electricity meters and instruments to ensure an efficient production and delivery of safe, reliable and sustainable electivity power supply and guarantee safety of lives and property in the Nigerian electricity supply industry ( NESI) and other allied industries in Nigeria

While acknowledging the unflinching support from President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and Adebayo Adelabu, Minister of Power, the Chief Electrical Inspector of the Federation called on Nigerian compatriots to continue to support and pray for the President and the federation as the nation grapples with current economic challenges.