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Mass metering

27 Jul
Mojec International Limited and Protogy Global Services Limited, yesterday, said the accusation of diversion of funds meant for the metering scheme are baseless.
8 Mar
The 11 electricity distribution companies yesterday, in Abuja, insisted that payment for meters by end-users remains justified despite the mass-metering programme of the government
2 Sep 2020
Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) had in a recent report, noted that five million of the eight million electricity users are billed arbitrarily by distribution companies (DisCos).

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