Abuja Disco plans to disconnect police headquarters, Army barracks, and others due to outstanding debt

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Abuja Electricity Distribution Company Drops the Hammer on Delinquent Customers.

Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) has drawn a firm line against unpaid electricity bills, spotlighting 25 customers who are yet to settle their dues.

In a stern notice issued over the weekend, the power company laid down the law, announcing imminent disconnection for clients who fail to clear their debts by June 3.

Among the offenders are notable entities such as the Nigeria Army, Nigeria Airforce, Kogi State Government, and Niger State Government, raising eyebrows over the extent of unpaid bills even within governmental circles.

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The notice, a wake-up call to defaulters, bluntly states, “AEDC will disconnect all customers with outstanding electricity bills on June 3, 2024.”

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Reiterating the pivotal role of timely payments, the company underscored, “Timely payment of electricity bills is crucial for the continued operation and enhancement of AEDC’s infrastructure, ensuring we can deliver efficient and reliable service to our community.”

The roll-call of debtors is a who’s who of government agencies and institutions:

– Nigeria Army
– Nigeria Airforce
– Defence Headquarters (HQ)
– Federal Capital Development Authority
– Kogi state government
– Niger state government
– Nigeria Police Force HQ
– Nigerian army barracks
– Federal Ministry of industry
– Nigeria Police Force HQ
– Nigerian Army Barracks
– Power House
– Office of the secretary to the government of the federation (SGF) House 1
– Head of Service
– Ministry of education
– Ministry of Women Affairs
– Ministry of Industry
– Ministry of Trade
– Ministry of interior
– Ministry of Water Resources
– National Stadium
– Goodluck Jonathan Athletics Hall
– Ministry of Finance
– Ministry of education
– Ministry of trade
– National Planning Commission (budget)
– Ministry of works
– Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) Abuja
– All other customers owing AEDC

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The looming deadline leaves no room for negotiation, serving as a stark reminder of the consequences of neglecting financial obligations in the realm of electricity consumption.

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