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Two Months Free Power Yet To Be Approved, IBEDC Warns Customers

The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company Plc (IBEDC) has warned its customers that the two months free electricity proposed by the House of Representatives has not been approved, warning them to pay their bills when due.

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In a statement issued by the company on Thursday, it advised consumers to pay bills as failure to do so may leave them with accumulated bills if the palliative is not approved.

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The company said if the palliative is eventually approved, paid bills would be moved forward to settle future bills or energy units.

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It urged customers to control their consumption to avoid accumulating huge bills in case the palliative is not approved.

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