CPC to prosecute Benin, Enugu DISCOs for exploitative electricity billing

The consumer Protection Council (CPC) said it is set to commence prosecution procedure against Benin and Enugu Distribution Companies for violating its enabling Act in the on-going investigation of the activities of the country’s distribution companies (DISCOs).

The CPC, in a statemnt, said it had to take this decision due to the non-appearance of the two power firms before  Council’s Panel, instituted to investigate numerous complaints of electricity consumers on estimated billings and non-provision of metres.

“Benin Distribution Company was expected to appear before the Panel on Wednesday by 10 am, while Enugu’s time was 2pm the same day, in line with a schedule of appearance agreed upon with the representatives of the DISCOs at their meeting with the Council on Monday, September 7.

The Nation

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