By Olajide Meseko
The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC), has warned Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) to be mindful of their commitments to their customers and respect the rights of consumers in this period of severe electricity shortages and customer dissatisfaction.
The FCCPC has insisted that consumers should be billed according to the hours of electricity supplied with respect to the approved band classification and have the right to contest the tariff band classification they have been assigned.
This disclosure is contained in a series of tweet posts by the commission on its official Twitter account where it showed some copies of consumer rights under @NERCNG Service-Based Tariff & Meter Asset Provider frameworks.
The commission noted that meters under the Meter Asset Provider (MAP) shall be installed at the premises of the customer within 10 working days of payment.
The tweet post from the FCCPC reads,