OGUN STATE :TOTAL BLACKOUT IN IPERU REMO: YOUTH GIVES IBEDC 7 DAYS ULTIMATUM TO RESTORE POWER OR FACE CONSEQUENCES

*PRESS RELEASE*
 
-FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
*TOTAL BLACKOUT IN IPERU REMO: YOUTH GIVES IBEDC 7 DAYS ULTIMATUM TO RESTORE POWER OR FACE CONSEQUENCES*
 
Iperu Remo, Nigeria, May 2, 2024
 
The residents of Iperu Remo have endured over 120 days of total blackout, enduring darkness and hardship on the excuse of being connected to 11KVA while neighboring towns connected to the same 11KVA line enjoy uninterrupted power supply. The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) has failed to provide a satisfactory explanation for this discrepancy, leaving the community in a state of frustration and despair.
 
Despite repeated appeals and demands for action, the IBEDC has shown blatant disregard for the plight of the people of Iperu Remo. Therefore, the youth of Iperu Remo hereby issue a stern warning to the IBEDC: restore power to our town within 7 days. Failure to do so will result in consequences for the youth of the town, including potential protests and locking of their business offices for 120 days as well. We refuse to accept any further excuses or delays. 
 
The Iperu Youth Development Association (IpYDA), under the capable leadership of Comrade Alhaji Ganiyu Hammed, is gravely concerned about the deteriorating situation of total blackouts and escalating insecurity in our beloved town of Iperu Remo.
 
Furthermore, we are notifying the Nigeria Police Force, Iperu Remo Division, of the youth's intention to take action if power is not restored within the stipulated timeframe. We urge the police to support our peaceful protest and ensure the safety of all citizens.
 
The recent incidents of insecurity, including the kidnapping of two individuals and the tragic killing of a professor from Babcock University by hoodlums, are unacceptable. We urge the Nigeria Police Force, especially the Iperu Division, to be more vigilant and proactive in addressing these security challenges. We call on all security agencies in the town to collaborate and intensify efforts to ensure the safety and security of all residents.
 
In addition, we call upon the Iperu Development Association (IDA), under the leadership of Chief Jide Oyeti, and the Iperu Traditional Council, including all the Oba's in Iperu, especially the Alaperu of Iperu, HRH Oba Adeleke Adelekan Idowu Basibo Odoru V, the Baale's, and the Olorituns, to stand with us in solidarity and demand justice from the IBEDC.
 
We also appeal to His Excellency, the executive governor of Ogun State, Prince Dr. Dapo Abiodun, to intervene urgently in this matter. The people of Iperu Remo have suffered enough and deserve to have their basic needs met.

The youth of Iperu Remo remain resolute and determined to fight for our rights. We will not rest until light is restored to our town.
 
The Iperu Youth Development Association (IpYDA) remains committed to advocating for the welfare and development of Iperu Remo and will continue to hold accountable those responsible for the provision of essential services and the maintenance of security in our community.
 
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