Abuja - Electricity consumers in Lagos State have threaten
the Eko Electricity Distribution Company that they will not pay their monthly
charges until proper prepaid meters are installed, Vanguard reported.
Consumers have stated that they are tired of paying
estimated electricity bills.
According to Mr Eniola Taiwo, a resident in Lagos states
that consumers are being made paid about N10 000 to N35 000 monthly.
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Several letters have been written to the management of EKEDC
about the prepaid meters but still there have not been relevant replies about
Head of Department, Ademola Adegoka, says the company has a
five-year meter plan and urged consumers to exercise patience.
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