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29 Sep 2021
The Nigeria Consumer Protection Network (NCPN) has insisted that the growing rate of multiple taxation in the nation's electricity industry is worrisome.
11 Mar 2021
The engagement of only two firms for the country’s national metering rollout has created a capacity challenge, The Guardian has been informed.
21 Apr 2019
Electricity consumers in Nigeria, especially those, who are yet to be metered, will from May first pay N36, 991.50 or N67,055.85 to purchase...
15 Apr 2019
The Nigeria Consumer Protection Network (NCPN) yesterday asked the Federal Government to ease payment for metres...

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