Abuja electricity gives debtors 72 hours to settle bills


The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company has announced that it will disconnect the electricity supply to all customers with outstanding bills if they fail to settle their debt within the next 72 hours.

The deadline for payment is Monday, June 3, 2024.

This is according to a statement issued by the acting Managing Director of AEDC Victor Ojelabi, on Friday.

Ojelabi noted that “the timely payment of electricity bills remains crucial for the continued operation and enhancement of AEDC’s infrastructure, which is essential for delivering uninterrupted service to the community.”

He emphasized the importance of adhering to payment deadlines, saying, “Customers who are yet to settle their outstanding bills within the next 72 hours will face disconnection of their electricity supply.”

AEDC reiterated the company’s commitment to providing efficient and reliable service but warned that this requires prompt payment of electricity bills.

Customers with outstanding bills are urged to settle their accounts immediately to avoid service disruption.

Source: Punch

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