Tinuade Sanda: Ex-Eko DisCo CEO Loses Another Job Less Than A Month After Sack

Following her sack from Eko DisCo on March 24, Sandra returned to WPG, where she has now lost her position.

Less than a month after she was axed from her seat as the Chief Executive Officer Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC), Tinuade Sanda has lost another job after West Power & Gas Limited (WPG), the primary stakeholder in EKEDC announced her dismissal from her position. The termination was confirmed through a letter dated April 17, 2024, signed by the company’s chairman, Charles Momoh.

WPG, a limited liability company registered under Nigerian law, holds a 60% stake and controls Eko Disco through a consortium acquisition.

The letter by WPG announcing that Sanda is no longer employed by the company read in part: “We refer to your contract of employment dated April 1, 2022, signed between you and WPG Limited. We hereby advise you that your service is no longer required and accordingly your employment with WPG Ltd is hereby terminated effective April 17, 2021, by clause 10.2 of the Contract.”

It would be recalled that EKEDC relieved Sanda of her position as MD/CEO on March 26, 2024 following a directive from the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC). Her sack then, generated controversies. Rekhiat Momoh was promptly appointed as her replacement, effective the same date. Following her exit from Eko DisCo, Sandra returned to WPG, where she has now lost her position.

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