All customers under Ikeja Electricity to get prepaid meters under NMMP

Ikeja Electric (IE) Plc confirms that all unmetered customers and users under its operating unit have now been enlisted for metering under her newly established National Mass Metering Programme, NMMP.

Head of Corporate Communications, IE, Mr. Felix Ofulue, Head, made this known in a statement made available to newsmen.

Ofulue, in his signed statement, confirmed that a total of 106,000 users of the electricity Distribution Company would get free installed prepaid meters under the first phase of the NMMP.

“All those who are yet to register are enjoined to visit to complete their registration as soon as possible.

“Please note that we will not be able to meter you without a complete registration,” he said.

Speaking further, he advised customers and users not to pay to Meter Assets Providers (MAP) installers, or any Ikeja Electricity staff, while conducting the field survey and installation of meters.

It was reported earlier that the Federal Government had, on Oct. 30, 2020, kicked off the NMMP.

The program is targeted at closing the metering gap difference in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry come December 2021.

The company further reveals that it would assist in reducing collection losses while increasing financial flows to achieve a 100 percent market remittance obligation of the DisCos.

Part of the objectives also include the cancellation of arbitrary estimated bills, improved network capability monitoring, and data provision for market administration and investment decision-making.

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