NERC Urged to Sanction Discos for Failing Service Delivery Agreement

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The Nigerian Society of Engineers, NSE has tasked the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission to impose hefty sanctions on Electricity Distribution Companies failing to honour service delivery agreements.
NSE President, Margaret Oguntala, disclosed this in a briefing where she reacted to the recent electricity tariff hike.
Recall that NERC approved a 240 per cent hike in electricity tariff last Tuesday for customers under Band A, getting 20 hours of power supply.
The tariff increase had created an uproar among Nigerians.
However, Oguntala noted that NSE was not against the hike but insisted that electricity customers be protected and their needs met without being short-changed.

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