DAILY POST recalls that the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila has disclosed that astimulus bill will be passedto ensure the Power Holding Company of Nigeria give Nigerians two months of free electricity.Reacting, in a statement signed by the Associations Executive Director, Sunday Oduntan on Wednesday April 8, the Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors, ANED, agreed to work with NASS on the modalities for free electricity as soon as possible.
ANED said they were working on palliative measures to implement free two months power supply to Nigerians to help cushion the effect of Coronavirus pandemic.The statement read in part: “The electricity distribution companies recognise the challenging effects of the coronavirus on the economic and daily lives of Nigerians.
“In fulfillment of our commitments to the nation, we align ourselves with the efforts of the National Assembly and the Federal Executive to mitigate the hardship that is currently being borne by our customers.“We are committed to working with them to ensure more efficient power supply within this difficult period, as the nation battles with the ravages of COVID-19.
“We are also completely aligned with the plans to ensure palliative measures, including free electricity supply to all Nigerians for two months, to make life easier, during the lockdown period. Details of implementation to come soon.” Read more: Daily Post Nigeria »
We no even see the unfree light sef. They should just give us light,we will pay ourselves. They are so useless, this is second day we have not have lights at all Free electricity ke! Does it mean people that are using prepaid meters won't need to recharge? Or are u talking about those that received estimated bills? They are just accumulating it; after the reggae plays the blues
Even with paid bills, I don't have light for 5 hours a day! Mthew Tweetwizzard Yes In which century In the Zoo? Where is the electricity? When would that be? Do you want the whistleblowers to put fire on the electricity house? We want to pay for power not darkness. That is not possible in this wicked administration.
What about we using Prepaid? Hallelujah, I have received my light bill oo pls tell them we are sitting at home no work oo no money The electricity many Nigerian doesn't see is the one they are offering for free. Chaii Hnmm...free electricity keh Tweetwizzard Good news🕺 Tweetwizzard How will those using prepaid meters benefit from this, that is if at all its real..
Its not about the bills we can't see the light Lies I got the highest bill this month for energy consumption in March 2020. Almost 19k for a single faced line and most times, we don't have light in Mar'20. I shake my head for this country. Tweetwizzard D light sef na low current..see wickedness For light we no dey see. pH can relate
Tweetwizzard Seriously, I hope Nigerians don't end up paying for it through their nose. I don't trust Nigerians & free things. realFFK renoomokri dino_melaye channelstv SaharaReporters DeleMomodu Give us steady power and we will pay for it Of what use will it be when we barely see the light, the major issue that will put country in a good state will be ignored, rubbishLeaders
Tweetwizzard Is it before, during or after the lockdown. Amen ooo. Na prayer Kainji Dam will also dry today again God, 😢 make them please leave am like dis cuz in few hours you goh hear water no dey the Kainji Dam again..😥😫 The bill they are distributing is 4 what? Dem don come again with another story.....e no go better for una Light wey be say na 3hours per day we dey use una still dey bring crazy bills😠😠😠thunder wey go fire una dey do press-up for Sambisa forest
Na so These guys better not be joking with my feelings..... I can see that Pls i dont want to see dis news again Ive been sein it since 2015 How is it free? the FG in collaboration with nassnigeria are paying the Discos for two months. So its the Govt that is giving us free and not power companies. That one na biggest lies they always finds a way
Lol... This is fallacy ... This fallacy is called Fallacy of argumentum ad popolum In Nigeria can this happen Good one
Eko DisCo improves power supply in Lekki - The Nation NigeriaTo strengthen its network and improve power supply across its network, Eko Electricity Distribution Plc (EKEDP) investments in infrastructure has resulted in significant improvements in power supplied to its customers.
Presidency attacks Lawan, Gbajabiamila over N-Power, others - Daily Post NigeriaThe Presidency has rubbished the allegations attributed to the leadership of the National Assembly by a section of the media, to the effect that the Sorry who is presidency? So characteristic of the presidency to attack anyone with a view different from theirs. The Presidentcy in Nigeria is always right and infallible, but the question remains...Who is the Presidency? Babachir Lawal once asked this same question and we laughed it off. There's no mention as to when the npower_ng will receive March stipend
We’ll address your grievances, power firm tells protesting Lagos, Ogun communitiesEven Abuja o. I don't understand this rationing Please aside posting and reporting news, what other thing can you do to help the masses? It's better there's no power holding company in Nigeria, honestly.
COVID-19: NASS seeks equitable distribution of palliatives, free electricity for Nigerians - Daily Post NigeriaThe leadership of the National Assembly has called on the Federal Government to ensure the equitable distribution of various palliatives to cushion the Don't give us free electricity. Make electricity available to us during lockdown. When you give us free electricity u people will shutdown supply totally and claim you used 1 trillion to provide electricity during lockdown Story for the gods🙄 Nice plan from NASS
COVID-19: DisCos promise Nigerians free electricity for two monthsFor the period of the current coronavirus pandemic, DisCos have promised to supply electricity to their consumers free of charge nationwide. So will still go and ask for it When we hardly see the light Abeg no give us,just free us make we start our normal life
COVID-19: ISACA alerts on cyberattacks, gives Nigerians, govt, companies tips - Daily Post NigeriaThe Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) has warned Nigerians , the government and companies to protect their systems from potential