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Friday, August 17, 2018

Electronic Payment To Be The Only Option To Pay For Electricity In Lagos

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Eko Electricity Distribution Company Plc (EKEDC) has urged its customers to embrace modern electronic payment platforms for electricity consumed, as it works towards eliminating cash payment.

The company’s Chief Financial Officer, Joseph Esenwa, disclosed this in Lagos, saying the effort was aimed at reducing payment queues at some of the EKEDC offices. According to him, embracing electronic payment option would make customers to enjoy convenience.

Esenwa enjoined customers to take advantage of new multiple payment channels being provided by the company to ensure convenient and seamless payments and purchase of tokens.He explained that the new payment options were designed to offer all customers security, greater convenience and choice, and also intended to make the payment process more efficient.

According to Esenwa, the company is working towards discontinuing the receipt of cash payment in its offices because of the many robust options provided to customers to pay electricity bills.He said: “There is really no need to come to the office for payment. Customers will save themselves from the inconvenience of being defrauded if they always make payments through our approved channels and collect their receipts.

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Johnson Ahile

nice one but I hope their electronic payment options will be stable. this is naija

Endy Edeson

I pray so too. The electronic payment is really far better @Ahile

DjLapel Shizu

If i hear, Me that Nepa was begging seriously begging, Abeg no pay for bank

Endy Edeson

@Shizu: Hahahahahahaha. Is like they want to prevent the NEPA office guys from making extra cash. 😂

Anuforo Osinachi James

Is a good development and initiative. But are there plans on ground to teach and sensitize the illiterates who don't know how to use computers not to talk about surfing the net to make transactions?

Endy Edeson

@Anuforo: That is a valid point from you. They should have a plan for that. I hope so.
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