The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) said it remained among few private companies that had keyed into the Federal Government’s drive to create jobs for the youths, Vanguard reports.
Mr Emeka Ezeh, the EEDC’s Head of Communications said this in a statement on Saturday in Enugu. He said that the company had employed no fewer than 1,200 staff mostly youths within the last eight months.
Ezeh said that with the recruitment done in 2017, the staff strength of the company was now over 4,200. “Within the South East, EEDC is the only private establishment with the highest number of employees having employed over 1,200 staff within the past eight months, with a staff strength of over 4,200,’’ he said.