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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Electricity Tariff To Increase On April 1st



Nigerians will from Wednesday, April 1, 2020, pay more for electricity.....








The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission had disclosed this in its December 2019 Minor Review of Multi-Year Tariff Order 2015 and Minimum Remittance Order for the Year 2020.


Checks by The Punchng.com on Monday showed that the decision to increase tariff had not yet been suspended despite the lockdown occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic.


A top source at Ikeja Electric told The Punch that “According to the tariff order for the year, we are supposed to increase on April 1, 2020. So far, we have not received any directive not to go ahead.”



*The directive better come this night....

30 comments:

  1. Useless govt.Only to increase to make life difficult for its citizen that is all they know.Is this the tight time for this?

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    1. No wonder there was such a long queue when I went to pay my electricity bill this morning. I had to turn back. People there were over a hundred and the process was so slow.

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    2. Richie Rich if you're on Prepaid account,download the APP www.buypowerng.com and buy wuth your ATM,the unuts will be sent to the phone number you provided and your profile there.
      It is automatic and convenient,I uploaded 50k worth of units to cover some months.

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    3. X I use d only meter, d one u insert d card in. Does this also apply to it?

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    4. Thank you Xhirted P๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฟ

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  2. These people are bunch of jokers. Imagine when people can't even afford to feed they are here talking about increase tariff of the light they ain't giving.

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  3. It’s not Like increasing it will give way to constant electricity. These people have really taken Nigerians for a ride and keep getting away with it.

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  4. What a country, hardship everywhere

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  5. Why are they increasing it when power is not constant?

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  6. @ this time that we are all scared? Dear God... can please come to our aid?

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  7. They want to increase Teriff. Nigeria who do us think thing? For which light are you people even increasing the tariff and how are people going to pay considering this lockdown?

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  8. Like we don't have enough on our plates already.
    I sincerely hope that they back down on this until we are all on our feet again. Stay safe people.
    For those who don't have or are managing, i hope and pray something comes through.
    People please look out for ur nebors and show some love in terms of food.

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  9. They want to increase Teriff. Nigeria who do us this thing? For which light are you people even increasing the tariff and how are people going to pay considering this lockdown?

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  10. Nawa oo why are they adding to the problems of Nigeria

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  11. Which country I dey so,with what is happening this wicked people want to increase their money,God, please who do us oh,no light,but there bill na die.

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  12. Useless wicked set of people

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  13. Make them kukuma carry the electric wire go, I no do again

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  14. Why increase the tariff when majority of the people hardly have light.

    This is not even the appropriate time to hike the price of anything.

    There's going to be a recession after the pandemic. I hope this government and other people in the aims of affairs are aware of this.

    Ms.A

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  15. FOR DIS CORO!!!! Very callous and insensitive govt/leaders.

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  16. People are out of work because of this issue, governments of other countries are trying to provide means for people to survive, financially and otherwise.

    Here, transportation is free so that people don't have to touch their cards on anything and our ever useless government will allow an increase in electricity tariff at this point????


    I shame.

    Shame! Shame! Shame!

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  17. I thought NEPA was sold to another company...this is like selling your car and giving petrol money to the buyer. I don't understand this!

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  18. Nigerians have been happily paying for DARKNESS for years. We are our own problem. The day we arise and say enough, it will be enough.

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