AEDC threatens to disconnect debtors in Abuja

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The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) has issued a warning to customers with outstanding bills, threatening to disconnect their service by Monday, June 3.
The AEDC’s Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications, Adefisayo Akinsanya, issued the statement on Friday, that the company gave customers a 72-hour notice to settle their bills to prevent disconnection.
AEDC stressed the importance of timely payments to maintain efficient and reliable service, which is essential for the continuous operation and improvement of their infrastructure, While the company urged customers to adhere to payment deadlines to avoid disruptions.

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