Town hall meeting on electricity distribution in the FCT

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The Nigeria Consumer Protection Council (CPC) is organizing a town hall meeting in Abuja, FCT on the 3rd of December, 2016. The meeting will enable consumers submit direct complaints to the Commission regarding electricity supply service in the FCT as well as receive instant response concerning raised issues from the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC), the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) as well as the CPC.

We strongly recommend that electricity consumers living in this location should attend to present their issues.

The following issues are expected to be discussed among others:

  • Estimated billing
  • Indiscriminate increase in electricity bills
  • Non-supply of meters
  • Irregular disconnection
  • Non-supply of infrastructure requirements (transformers, electric poles and cables) to some business units, thereby forcing consumers to pay for same without reimbursement
  • Damage to property from fluctuation of electricity
  • Improper handling of complaint by electricity distribution company

Date: Saturday, 3rd December, 2016

Time: 10:00am

Venue: Government Secondary School, By First Pedestrian Bridge, FHA, Estate Lugbe, Abuja

The meeting is supported by the MacAuthur Foundation.

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