Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company
Another looming hike in electricity tariff?
A reported imminent hike in electricity tariff against widespread resentment by Nigerians smacks of gross insensitivity on the part of government to appreciate the high level...
We are tired of running on generator, says IKEDC district office
Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IKEDC), Oshodi district office has said the power situation in Afariogun, Oshodi and environ has made the branch be like a water producer crying of thirst.
Consumers’ long, tiring wait for pre-paid meters: MAPs as failing scheme?
On April 3, 2018, The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), introduced a meter asset providers (MAPs) regulation to fast-track the roll-out of meters through the engagement of third-party investors and end estimated billing. The commission had issued permits to licensed firms to begin massive roll-out of new meters by May 1. Several weeks after, consumers’…
Residents cry out over alleged IE’s fine, extortion
Residents of No. 1 Abule Ijesha Road, Yaba, Lagos State, have cried out over what they termed over-billing, extortion, arbitrary charges...
Jakande, Oke Afa residents reach truce with Ikeja Disco on metering
As distribution companies around the federation brace for the new Meter Access Provider (MAP) initiative by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC ) to bridge the lingering meter gap, Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (Ikeja DisCo) has metered close to 5,000 residents of Jakande Estate under the Oke Afa UnderUnit. This was unravelled when The Guardian…
Help, Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company is robbing us
Sir: From crazy estimated bill, to paying for darkness, fixing transformer’s cables, buying electric poles by residents, I think keeping quiet and praying to God to help solve the problem will only make the matter worse. After years of silent over the situation of power supply in my area, under the Ikeja Electricity Distribution…
Lagos community cries out after seven months in darkness
For now, commercial activities in the area has been paralysed as those who rely on electricity to survive like-welders, barbers, frozen foods vendors and others have been crying in silence.
‘Nigerians spend N3.5tr generating their own electricity yearly’
Due to irregular supply of public electricity, about N3.5 trillion ($21.9 billion) is spent yearly by businesses, families and others in Nigeria to buy fuel for power generation.
NERC fines discos over customers’ complaints, reports
NERC said Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) flouted the Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act 2005, its licensing terms and conditions as well as NERC Customer Complaints Handling: Standards and Procedures (CCHSP) Regulation 2006.