DAILY LAW TIPS
by Onyekachi Umah,Esq.
(Tip 108)
“Conditions For Disconnection of Electricity Supply of a Customer by any Electricity Distribution Company in Nigeria.”

No electricity distribution company in Nigeria can disconnect your electricity supply even when you are owing unless;

1. A correct bill with a clear payment date is served on you.
2. You are given at least 10 working days to pay from the date of receipt of bill.
3. There is at least 3 months between the payment date and the date of disconnection and 
4. You have received a written warning that your electricity supply will be disconnected if payment is not made.

See Regulation 5 of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission’s Connection and Disconnection Procedures For Electricity Services, 2007.

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