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The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection
Council will hold town hall meetings, with Electricity consumers this week in
Nigeria’s economic capital Lagos.
The meetings have been scheduled for Tuesday
June 18th and Thursday June 20th, 2019 respectively.
It will have in attendance the Chief Executive Officer
of the FCCPC Dr Babatunde Irukera, and will serve as an avenue for dialogue and
proffering solutions to the challenges in the electricity sector.
The June 18th, 2019 forum will hold in
Ikeja between the officials of the Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company, IEDC
and the consumers at the Memorable Gathering Event Centre, Opposite NUT
Pavilion, NEDRC Road, Agidingbi Road, Alausa.
On June 20th, 2019 the forum holding in
Victoria Island will serve as an opportunity for consumers to engage with the
officials of the Eko Electric Distribution Company, EEDC at the Virgin
Rose Resorts, Plot 1231A, Bishop Oluwole Street.
This forum organized by the FCCPC is in conjunction
with the MacArthur Foundation.
It is expected that regulatory agencies like the
National Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC will attend the town hall
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