The group made this known in a letter to the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) which was obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Lagos.
The organization says the increase in electricity tariff will further erode the purchasing power of Nigerian workers in formal and informal sectors and will further impoverish more Nigerians.
Felix Ofulue, Head, Corporate Communications, IE, confirmed the development on Sunday in Ikeja, Lagos State.
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Godwin Idemudia, General Manager, Corporate Communications, EKEDC, gave the advice in a statement issued on Monday in Lagos.
They maintained that there was no justification for any upward review of electricity tariffs due to the current economic realities and challenges being faced by Nigerians.
Godwin Idemudia, General Manager, Corporate Communications, EKEDC, made this known in a statement issued on Tuesday in Lagos.
Felix Ofulue, Head, Corporate Communications, IE, confirmed the development in a statement on Sunday in Lagos.
Babatunde Irukera, the Executive Vice Chairman of the commission, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Sunday that the move was a more strategic approach toward intervening in consumers’ complaints.
Aaron Artimas, Special Adviser, Media and Communications to the Minister of Power, disclosed this in a statement in Abuja.
Aaron Artimas, Senior Special Adviser, Media and Communications to the Minister of Power, made this known in a statement in Abuja on Thursday.
The Chairman of CLO, Anambra, Vincent Ezekwueme, made the call while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Enugu.
The customers, in an engagement with the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission on its official Twitter account, described the new tarriff being implemented by the DisCos as exploitative.
Its Public Relations Officer, Gideon Balogun, on Wednesday in Lagos decried the tariffs increment as announced by the electricity Distribution Companies on September 1.
The position of the DisCos was made known in a statement issued by Sunday Oduntan, the Executive Director, Research and Advocacy, Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors, in Abuja on Sunday.
The Minister of State for Power, Goddy Jedy-Agba, made this known while speaking with journalists after inspecting facilities at the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company on Thursday in Abuja.
NERC, which is the regulator of the Nigerian Power Supply Industry, made its intention known in a notice issued to the DisCos, according to a post on its official Twitter account on Tuesday.
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission has directed the Distribution Companies to ensure that electricity consumers are metered by April 30.
The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, on Thursday said there is a need to revisit the privatisation of the power sector.
A group, the All Electricity Consumers Protection Forum on Thursday faulted the plan to regulate estimated electricity bills issued by power distribution companies to their unmetered customers, billed to begin in February.