Monday, February 1, 2016

Ikeja Electric New Tariff


Ikeja Electric would like to announce the implementation of its new cost reflective tariff, effective 1st February, 2016. This is in line with the Multi Year Tariff Order (MYTO 2.1) as approved by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), in line with NERC’s mandate of fair dealings in all its regulatory interventions.


The fixed charge has been removed as mandated by NERC. This means that Ikeja Electric’s customers’ monthly bill will no longer have the fixed charge starting from the 1st of February, 2016.

As part of the mandatory prerequisite for the implementation of the new tariff, Ikeja Electric is committed to ensuring that all its esteemed customers are metered. This will assist in eliminating estimated billing and ensure customers only pay for what they consume. So far a total number of 28,619 meters have been installed within the last 12 months.


Whilst Ikeja Electric ensures compliance with Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC)directives, we remain committed to delivering excellent service to all our customers.

Click on here to find out more information on your classification and new tariff, or kindly visit your nearest Ikeja Electric Business Unit or Undertaking. Customers can also call Ikeja Electric’s customer care helplines on 01-4483900, 0700-0-2255-453 and 01-7000250, or send an email to customercare@ikejaelectric.com.
Ikeja Electric…Bringing Energy to Life

43 comments:

ify said...

Hian

JAYZSBOSS said...

Hope it favours both the rich nd poor

Habibat Idris said...

Have you seen sextape btw 2 ikorodu sec. Schl students on schl premises click here

Olayemi Joseph said...

na wa for 9ja

chioma jacinta said...

K. * it's well*

mirian raymond said...

Super story

YOUNGBUHARI said...

Ok. Noted

Uju Phil said...

If i hear "...bringing power to life..." eh,no be here,abi na which Ikeja? Mtew!

OSINANL said...

SEEN...

igwe Adaobi said...

Mtcheewww
Life getting harder in nigeria.

Hector Patrick said...

Seen,wanna see Abuja own,na him concern me jare!

Davido's driver said...

Inverter ati take over

Owakah I said...

good

Joyous babe,Linda ikeji first cousin said...

Good.

Joyous babe,Linda ikeji first cousin said...

Good.

Liuz Babz said...

New tariff, we've been expecting that, let them give us meters too

owakah (A.K.A. Innosometin) said...

NOTED

Vivian Reginalds said...

Okay o
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Eric Nesty aka LIB'S FINEST said...

Nice

#FINEST

Anonymous said...

Solar Inverter on my mind. Linda Take note.

keke driver said...

Why not increase the rate of power supply first before increasing tariffs, bunch of ********

DBANJ CRUSH said...

No b small tin oo





LINDA NOTIFY DBANJ

Miriam Aguzie said...

Nigeria is getting harder mehnn! I need to run away from here asap#Lindangwanu#

GREAtson Vieriche CJ said...

Where I am, I have almost no problems of power outage so I will just pass-by without commenting. Oh just did!

abujakenneth said...

Let them give us light payment is not a problem. Four four days running no light in my Sangotedo Lekki area

Juliet Iwuno said...

Dats nice. Linda take note!

sandra edah said...

Its better , pay as u consume.

Anonymous said...

Na wah and we don't get to see d light in ikeja... dee

acid man(linda's husband) said...

Anytin to make 9ja a better place..

Anonymous said...

The increment is for people that is. Using light, a year now my area has been in the darkness, no light, some where in Alimosho area, I don't understand this country why things are going this way

Anonymous said...

The increment is for people that is. Using light, a year now my area has been in the darkness, no light, some where in Alimosho area, I don't understand this country why things are going this way

Paulette Okafor said...

This is rubbish so long as there are estimated bills. Imagine the extortionists bringing 12k for only me for December I have written them and the reply was not encouraging at all. Telling me gibberish of you are billed according to supply not consumption.
I wonder what the bill will read now.

Daddycool said...

They are very quick to implement new tariff but not quick to put in place infrastructure that will make consumers have quality constant power , we in Morekete Bayeku axis of Ikorodu have been experiencing low power supply that is not constant, they give us estimated bill for those who pay their bills, while the IKDC officials there turn and collect bribe from those using power without registration to IKDC, we have pointed this out to them so many times but their big oga seems never to care.

Franklyn said...

Is that the next thing.. the Electricity is skeletal and no light in some areas for Years.. Bad and falling electricity poles everywhere.. and their priority is increases in Tariff. what a shame to our Govt... this is so bad..

Olaide Elebute said...

What about distribution of prepaid meter?

udeh martha said...

Nice

Anonymous said...

hian! e no concern me sha. I live in Mowe and I cannot remember the last time lil kids shouted up Nepa.

Pretty face said...

Ok

Anonymous said...

It is extremely unfair to compel us to pay increased tarrif while still being given estimated bill. Everyone should first be issued with a meter before increase of tarrif is carried out. Continued payment of estimated bill neutralizes the effect of removal of fixed charge because consumers still pay through their nose.
IKEDC is responsible for distribution to several local governments in Lagos State comprising millions of people, for IKEDC to claim they have only given out only 28,619 meters is still a long way off.

Anonymous said...

Madam Juliet, watz nice about it?

Runa Haliru said...

Na wa o

Ade Olasengbe said...

hmmmmmm

Angel Makiz said...

SEEn.....angelmakiz@yahoo.com

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