Responding to intense pressure by IPOB,EEDC warns customers not to pay to prepaid meter application

The Head of Corporate Communications, EEDC, Mr. Emeka Ezeh, in a statement on Tuesday in Enugu State, reacted to an announcement that is circulating on the social media aimed at defrauding its customers who are applying for meters.


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According to Ezeh, the announcement is alleged to have emanated from a group known as South East Electricity Consumers Association (SEECA), signed by its National Chairman, Rev. Okechukwu Christopher Obioha JP, requesting electricity customers who are applying for prepaid meter to submit their application form to the Association with a remittance of five thousand Naira (N5,000.00) into their First Bank account (2044673039) as cost for “data and other logistics”.

He said that the management of EEDC frowns at this ugly development deliberately designed to defraud its customers, describing it as fraudulent and unacceptable.

“We call on our customers not to allow themselves to be defrauded by paying for meter application as it is illegal, inapplicable and unnecessary”.

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