Electricity tariffs won’t be increased unless DisCos improve operations – Minister – Premium Times NigeriaElectricity tariffs won’t be increased unless DisCos improve operations – Minister – Premium Times Nigeria
Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Raji Fashola has charged power distribution companies, DisCos, in the country to improve on their service delivery by getting their employees on the field and interface with electricity consumers with a view to rectifying whatever problems the...
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The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) yesterday, said that the 11 Distribution Companies (Discos) have metered 3.45 million customers as at end of 2017. The Bureau disclosed this yesterday adding that the number of customers metered represents 46.16 percent of the 7.48 million customers...
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, says it will sanction DISCOs which failed to meter electricity customers in their networks before Feb. 28, 2017.
NERC in a statement on its website and obtained by News Agency Of Nigeria, NAN, in Abuja on Wednesday said that sanctioning...
The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distribution Companies (ANEDC) has described the call for a reversal of the privatised power sector by the President of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, as reckless.
The Federal Government had on Sept. 30, 2013, following the privatization process initiated...
In the past few days, weeks, months, Nigerians in every part of the country have been experiencing constant power outage. The outage now becoming a normal part of life as many have resorted to alternative means of power generation.
Here are 8 top reasons the experience may persist:
The organized labour in collaboration with the civil society organizations embarked on a peaceful protest against the 45 per cent hike in electricity tariffs as hordes of protesting workers grounded business activities in Abuja on Monday.
Kicking off the peaceful demonstration from the Labour...
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