“We are ending estimated Electricity billing” – Buhari

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President Muhammadu Buhari has announced that its government is making moves to end the era of estimated electricity billing in the country.

In a series of tweets shared via the President’s official Twitter handle, he stated that funding has been made available to DisCos to give out meters to consumers at no cost. He said the meters will be sourced from local manufacturers and in-country stock.

According to the president, it is to ensure that Nigerians only pay for the electricity they consume.

See his tweet below;

“Under the first phase of the Presidential Mass Metering Initiative, we are making funding immediately available for DisCos to roll out 1,000,000 Meters in the first phase, at no cost to consumers. Deployment has already started in parts of Kano, Kaduna, Lagos and Abuja.

Future phases of this Metering Initiative will help us fully meet the 6.5 million deficit of meters nationwide, and will impact an estimated 30 million consumers. All meters under this program will be sourced from local manufacturers and in-country stock, to create jobs.

We are committed to ending estimated billing in all forms in Nigeria, and ensuring that Nigerians pay only for the electricity they consume”

15 Comments

  1. Problem no they finish for this country. Where is the light that you guys are talking about bill. Am tired of this country

  2. Electricity is supposed to be steady in Nigeria as it is in other climes. I don’t even see the reason why at this moment we are still talking of epileptic power supply in this country
    It is a shame tonus as a people
    End SARS next it will be END POWER OUTAGE

  3. Prepaid meter that the government always request for money before giving out the meter. This is unfair to us indeed.

  4. I think that we better… Because I can’t be paying what I did not use…if the meter reader calculate what I use, I must pay.

  5. Thats a nice step.because we are are tired of been billed when thre is no power. Nigeria has been suffering from lack of power supply light up naija

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