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Why we’re yet to meter all electricity consumers – Abuja DisCo

The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC), at the weekend, said electricity tariff has not been cost reflective, hence the delay witnessed in metering installations.

Lagos lawyer drags NERC to court over electricity tariff

One of such many cases was by another lawyer, James Ogunyemi, and his neighbour, Igiebor Solomon, who sued the Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company Plc for alleged unlawful disconnection and issuance of inflated bills.

Over 4m Nigerians yet to be metered – NERC

Out of about 7, 476, 886 electricity customers in the country, only 3.45 million have been metered while 4, 025. 611 are still unmetered, The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) on Wednesday said.

Electricity consumers can pay for meters – minister

The Federal Government has said that it will not oppose the wishes of electricity consumers that are willing to pay for meters from their distribution companies based on agreement between both parties as endorsed by the power sector regulator.


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