Wednesday, 22nd March 2023
Breaking News:

Ikeja Electric

28 Aug 2020
Ije-ododo community protests against estimated billing Some residents of Lagos under the network of Ikeja Electric have lauded one year of the ‘Willing Buyer, Willing Seller’ initiative. The bilateral power service promises customers a minimum of 20 hour-power supply and improved service in exchange for cost-reflective tariffs. This initiative, which kicked off in August 2019,…
21 Aug 2020
Aggrieved residents of Oba Ogo Community Development Association (CDA), Ije-ododo in Iba Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Lagos State yesterday morning..
24 Jun 2020
Ikeja Electric Plc (IE), said it has metered over 120,000 households between 2018 and June 2020, in line with its commitment to bridging its metering gap. Spokesman for the distribution company (DisCo), Felix Ofulue, said to achieve the mandate of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory
20 May 2020
Operators in the electricity distribution value chain have stated that continued accountability to stakeholders is key to sustained service delivery and growth in the energy sector.
1 Apr 2020
Ikeja Electric (IE) has announced the suspension of all disconnection activities of non-paying customers for a period of two weeks effective April 1, due to the lockdown of Lagos State caused by COVID-19.
22 Mar 2020
For three weeks, residents in parts of Ejigbo, Isolo and other electricity consumers under the Oke Afa Undertaking Office of Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IE)
26 Feb 2020
Four men have been arraigned before an Ejigbo Magistrates’ Court for alleged assault on two employees of Ikeja Electric (IE). The suspects: Joel Aisabor, Victor Omonzokpea, Ehis Omonzokpea and Prosper Nwaocha...
24 Feb 2020
Electricity consumers on Monday opposed the planned tariff increment by Ikeja Electric (IE), demanding that 90 per cent of customers should be metered before any upward review of tariff.
15 Feb 2020
Ikeja Electric (IE) Plc says it is targeting a total revenue of N170 billion in 2020 with the implementation of the increment in various classes of electricity tariff.
9 Jan 2020
Sir: The prepaid processing and procedure of Ikeja Electric Plc is not only disturbing and counter-productive, but promotes corruption as well as impedes Federal Government’s intention or goal on the country’s electricity billing system.
6 Dec 2019
Ikeja Electricity (IE) on Friday said there was no going back on the new E-Billing introduced by the company.
26 Nov 2019
Residents of Enilolobo in Ifo, Ogun State, have lamented what they termed maltreatment by Ikeja Electric, Abule-Egba Business Unit. The residents said that they had been in a long-drawn battle with the electricity distribution company over the latter’s refusal....


18 mins ago
The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Abdulrasheed Bawa, may be in for fresh trouble as over 250 Constitutional and Human Rights lawyers have called on the National Judicial Council to direct all courts in Nigeria not to entertain cases brought before them by the EFCC.
22 mins ago
The Southern Women’s Forum (SWF), a regional and non-partisan platform promoting and advancing the cause of political participation of women in Southern Nigeria, has lamented the decline in women’s political representation, just as it condemned the electoral violence and voter suppression that characterized the 2023 general elections across the country.
27 mins ago
Nigeria’s quest to return to the Olympic Games football event begins today, at the MKO Abiola Stadium, Abuja, where the U-23 Eagles will clash with their Guinean counterparts.
27 mins ago
As innovators, investors and world leaders converge in Silicon Valley, California, United States, on Wednesday to discuss the future of Africa at the African Diaspora Investment Symposium (ADIS), attention would be divided over the ripple effect of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), the bank of choice for most startups and venture capitalists, and the influence it had on the startup world, especially fintechs in Africa.
32 mins ago
Nigerians in the United Kingdom (UK) have raised about N23 million in their bid to tackle the out-of-school problem in Nigeria, which has forced 20.2 million kids out of school.