New Electricity Tariff: IKEDC Lists Areas Enjoying 20–24 Hours Power Supply In Lagos [FULL L LIST]

Adoga Stephen By Adoga Stephen - Editor-In-Chief
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The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission approved an increase in the electricity tariff for customers in the Band A category.

The Vice Chairman of NERC, Musliu Oseni, stated that customers in this category will now pay N225 per kilowatt hour (KW/h) instead of the current N66.

Customers in Band A receive 20–24 hours of electricity daily, while Band B customers receive 16–20 hours, Band C customers receive 12–16 hours, Band D customers receive 8–12 hours, and Band E customers receive 4–8 hours of electricity daily.

Oseni, speaking at a press conference in Abuja, mentioned that customers in Band A make up 15% of the 12 million electricity customers in the country, totaling around 1.8 million subscribers.

He clarified that the review will only impact customers in Band A and not those in other bands. According to sources cited by Bloomberg on Tuesday, power companies will be permitted to increase electricity prices to N200 ($0.15) per KW/h from N68 for urban consumers.

The report quoted individuals in the presidency who are knowledgeable about the situation, stating that this move aims to attract new investments and reduce the $2.3 billion spent on capping tariffs.

In this article, Allub Times focuses on Lagos State subscribers under the Band A tariff plan, who benefit from 20 to 24 hours of electricity consumption daily as outlined by the Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company.

  1. Ijaiye (33-Ota TCN-AMJE) in Abule-Egba Business Unit enjoys 998 KW/h
  2. Ijaiye (33-Ota TCN-Abeokuta Expressway) in Abule-Egba Business Unit enjoys 930KW/h
  3. Able-Taylor (11-EkoroINJ-T1-Ekoro) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 920KW/h
  4. Egbeda (11-AlimoshoINJ-T8-Alimosho) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 889KW/h
  5. Anifowoshe (11-New AlausaINJ-T4-Siyanbola) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 929KW/h
  6. Anifowoshe (11-Adeniyi JonesINJ-T1-Ajao) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 941KW/h
  7. Anifowoshe (11-New AlausaINJ-T6-Awolowo) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 889KW/h
  8. Anifowoshe (11-Adeniyi JonesINJ-T1-Adeniyi Jones) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 982KW/h
  9. Ogba (11-OgbaINJ-T3-Oba Akran) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 888KW/h
  10. Ogba (11-Oke IraINJ-T2-Kayode) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 867KW/h
  11. Ogba (11-Oke IraINJ-T2-Mangoro) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 943KW/h
  12. Ojodu (11-OjoduINJ-T2-River Valley) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 910KW/h
  13. Oregun (11-MarylandINJ-T2-Ojota) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 973KW/h
  14. Oregun (11-OpebiINJ-T1-Olusosun) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 924KW/h
  15. Oregun (11-New AlausaINJ-T5-Kudirat) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 977KW/h
  16. Oregun (11-New AlausaINJ-T6-Ogundana) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 981KW/h
  17. Oregun (11-New AlausaINJ-T4-Allen) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 989KW/h
  18. Oregun (11-New AlausaINJ-T5-Alausa) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 945KW/h
  19. Oregun (11-New AlausaINJ-T4-Oregun) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 980KW/h
  20. Oregun (11-New AlausaINJ-T5-Morrison) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 950KW/h
  21. PTC (11-IlupejuIJN-T4-Ikorodu) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 892KW/h
  22. PTC (11-MarylandIJN-T1-PTC) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 858KW/h
  23. PTC (11-IlupejuIJN-T1-Bhojson) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 923KW/h
  24. PTC (11-PTCIJN-T2-Awuse) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 991KW/h
  25. PTC (11-IlupejuIJN-T3-General Hospital) in Akowonjo Business Unit enjoys 892KW/h
  26. Lasunwon (33-IkoroduTCN-Fakale Source) in Ikorodu Business Unit enjoys 890KW/h
  27. Odogunyan (11-OdogunyanINJ-T2-Centex) in Ikorodu Business Unit enjoys 854KW/h
  28. Ago (11-ItireINJ-T3-Ago) in Oshodi Business Unit enjoys 851KW/h
  29. Ago (33-ItireTCN-Ago 1) in Oshodi Business Unit enjoys 933KW/h
  30. Ajao (11-AjaoINJ-T2-New Estate) in Oshodi Business Unit enjoys 906KW/h
  31. Idimu (33-EjigboTCN-AGODO) in Oshodi Business Unit enjoys 956KW/h
  32. Ikosi (11-MarylandINJ-T3-Demurin) in Shomolu Business Unit enjoys 947KW/h
  33. Ilupeju (11-IlupejuINJ-T3-Coker) in Shomolu Business Unit enjoys 960KW/h
  34. Ilupeju (11-IlupejuINJ-T3-Palmgroove) in Shomolu Business Unit enjoys 960KW/h
  35. Magodo (11-MagodoINJ-T2-Bashiru) in Shomolu Business Unit enjoys 939KW/h
  36. Magodo (11-MagodoINJ-T1-Emmanuel Keshi) in Shomolu Business Unit enjoys 998KW/h
  37. Mende (11-MarylandINJ-T3-Sylvia) in Shomolu Business Unit enjoys 944KW/h
  38. Mende (11-MarylandINJ-T2-Westex) in Shomolu Business Unit enjoys 981KW/h
  39. Olateju (11-IlupejuLocal-T1-Industrial) in Shomolu Business Unit enjoys 982KW/h
  40. Oworonshoki (11-OworoINJ-T1-Hospital) in Shomolu Business Unit enjoys 985KW/h
  41. Oworonshoki (11-OworoINJ-T1-Anthony) in Shomolu Business Unit enjoys 965KW/h
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Stephen studied Mass Communication at the Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu (now Lagos State University of Science and Technology), where he acquired requisite training for the practice of journalism. He loves the media, and his interest mostly lies in print medium, where his creative writing skill makes him a perfect fit.