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    Business Fix refineries, stakeholders challenge government – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Metro New electricity tariffs to take effective in July- Minister of Power, Sale Mamman – Linda Ikeji’s Blog
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    Metro See The 3 African Countries Owing Nigeria N32.04 Billion In Electricity Bill – Tori News
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    Business Togo, Niger, Benin owe Nigeria N32.04 billion for electricity supplied in 2019 – NERC – Premium Times Nigeria
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    Metro Meter regulation will ensure stable electricity – Association – Vanguard Newspaper

    The Electricity Meters Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (EMMAN), on Wednesday, said the regulation on Meter Asset Providers (MAP) by the.... Read more via Vanguard Newspaper – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Business FG To Increase Electricity Bill From July

    The Federal government is set to increase electricity bills beginning from July notwithstanding complaints of epileptic power supply. New Telegraph’s checks revealed that the Federal Government had already yielded to pressure from power investors to begin a major tariff review, which reflects...
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    Business Fashola Directs Customers to Buy Electricity From GenCos

    The Federal Government has directed that certain customers can now buy electricity directly from Generation Companies (GenCos). The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola declared the Customers Eligibility in a statement issued by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission...
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    Business Nigerians Are Paying Outrageous Electricity Bills Since 2013 - NERC

    Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission on Thursday explained that investigations into the various metering claims presented to it by power distribution companies had commenced as it realized that several consumers were receiving outrageous bills. The Acting Head/Chief Executive Officer...
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    Metro Nigerians Should Expect New Electricity Tariffs From Monday - NERC

    The new tariffs approved for electricity consumers across the country will become effective on Monday and will enable the power distribution, generation and transmission companies to acquire needed infrastructure, the acting Chairman of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, Dr. Anthony...