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IN EJIGBO: Residents stage protest against Ikeja Electric over estimated billing

Residents of Jakande Estate Ejigbo community, Lagos Mainland, yesterday, Sunday, December 9, 2018, staged a protest against power distribution company, Ikeja Electric, over high estimated billing system served to residents across the community. During the protest, the residents carrying different placards claimed that the six months period given to the company

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Ikeja Electric reacts to alleged electrocution of technical staff in Ijegun

Following the reports of the alleged electrocution of power distribution company, Ikeja Electric Plc technical staff in Ijegun-Ikotun network area, Lagos Mainland, the management of the company has debunked the claims. Recall that news went viral online about the electrocution of the staff who had gone up to fix electric cables

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Finally, Ikeja Electric responds to InsideMainland’s report on dangling pole on Ojota-Maryland bridge

Following InsideMainland’s report of the dangling pole resting Odo-Iya Alaro Bridge inward Maryland and its risk on the lives and properties of those plying the axis, power distribution company, Ikeja Electric has reacted to the incident. Recall that InsideMainland made public the news and consistently reported the lack of action on

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Agege, Akowonjo, Fagba, others to witness 16 days power outage; See why here

Residents of Dopemu, Fagba, Agege, Akowonjo, and other communities on the Lagos Mainland should brace up for prolonged darkness as the management of power distribution company, Ikeja Electric Plc has announced prolonged power outages in the areas. According to the company, the prolonged darkness expected to affect residents and business owners

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If anyone is stealing power in your area, Ikeja Electric says you are paying for it

Over the years since the Nigerian power industry witnessed a change with more private investors making an entrant into the industry, residents have witnessed an increase in the amount paid on electricity usage at different times. Most times, these affected residents are usually vocal about the developments arguing that they use

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IN OJODU: Uproar as residents storm Ikeja electric office

There was chaos at the Ojodu Undertaking office of Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IKEDC) located on Aina Street Ojodu, Lagos Mainland, yesterday, Wednesday, June 20, 208, when residents of the community stormed the office over the crazy bills served to them by the company. The residents complained over 100 percent increment

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Like Ebute Metta, Ikorodu residents storm Ikeja Electric office; disrupt activities

Residents of Oloye Community in Erunwen Estate, Ikorodu, Lagos Mainland staged a protest march to the Ikorodu office of Ikeja Electric Distribution Company (IKEDC) in Alogba Estate, Ikorodu, to protest a one week of power outage and the estimated billings for customers in the community. The protesters marched to the Ikeja

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Ikorodu residents cry out on mass disconnection by Ikeja Electric

Residents of communities in Ikorodu end of Lagos Mainland have condemned the disconnection of two communities from the electricity grid due to non-payment of bills by a few customers by power distribution company, Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IKEDC). The aggrieved customers who expressed their discontent on the development said the action

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Oshodi residents hit the streets in protest, demand prepaid meters

Residents of Oshodi community, Lagos Mainland and environs have taken the demand for prepaid meters in the area to another level after the concerned residents hit the streets I protest. The affected areas which include Mafoluku, Shogunle and Ladipo area of Lagos Mainland had the residents protesting in resistance to the

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Hilarious! Read how Ikeja Electric collects electricity charges in Ikorodu community

Power distribution company, Ikeja Electric has taken a new approach to collection of electricity bills in Ikorodu and one can’t but wonder why it has led to this. Information reaching InsideMainland has it that the power company has began a new approach to revenue collection by adopting collective punishment tactics by

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