NERC’s Commissioner of Government and Consumer Affairs, Dr Abba Ibrahim who represented the commission’s Chairman, Dr Sam Amadi, gave the assurance at a three- day enlightenment exercise in Niger State where they met with electricity consumers across the state .
According to a statement issued by NERC Media Head, Maryam Yaya Abubakar, Amadi, who assured consumers of improved services in the current privatised power sector, said, “We are all set for a new dawn in the electricity service in Nigeria. Part of our responsibility is to ensure we pursue consumer protection for good service delivery.”
He further maintained that the visit was in line with NERC’s policy on consumer enlightenment and education, and an avenue to inform them on the different redress mechanisms available for their protection, adding that consumers should brace up for a new dawn in the new power sector.
Meanwhile, Dr Amadi has commended Lagos State government for its power initiative, especially the recent commissioning of the Island Power Expansion Project (IPP2).
Amadi who described Lagos as the fastest growing metropolis in light of its efforts to curb epileptic electricity supply in the country said, “Lagos is the most innovative energy board in the country, no doubt Lagos will continue to be the centre of excellence.