The pandemic in the nation has forced the government to pull some palliative measures.
Is Electricity going to be free for the next two months in Nigeria?
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The Electricity Distribution Companies (DISCOS) recognise the challenging effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on the economic and daily lives of our customers.
In fulfilment our commitments to the nation, they hereby align ourselves with the efforts of the National Assembly and the Federal Executive to mitigate the hardships that are currently being borne by our customers and other citizens all over the country.
They commend the Federal Legislators, the Executive arm and The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) for their initiative and are committed to working with them to ensure more efficient power supply within this difficult period, as the nation battles with the ravages of COVID-19.
They are also completely aligned with the plans to ensure palliative measures, including free electricity supply to all Nigerians for two months, to make life easier, during the lockdown period. Details of implementation to come soon.
Again, as a key utility player in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI), they have reiterated their commitment to improving service delivery to the nation during this pandemic period and thereafter.
Having read these, I would like to implore us all to be committed to paying our electricity bills once this is over.
I just saw it on Twitter that power holding wants to supply the country with two months electricity. So I will say yes