Nigerians Express Optimism In New Ownership of PHCN

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Some electricity consumers expressed the hope that the transfer of ownership of the companies would improve electricity supply to them.
Mr Tunde Oladeji, a teacher said that he hoped that “electricity supply will improve’’
Oladeji said that he initially doubted the successful conclusion of the privatisation of the energy sector based on past experience.
“But the realisation that privatising PHCN may result in customers paying for the exact power consumed is inspiring,” he said.
Mr Bisi Johnny, a businessman said that he was looking forward to a new power sector that would be truly responsible to the people.
Johnny said that it was important for the new owners of the companies to fashion out ways of improving on power generation.
Mrs Folabomi Ibiwoye, a housewife, advised the new investors to endeavour to win the
confidence of the people through stable power supply and accurate billing.
‘’A situation whereby we pay for what we did not consume is very bad,” Ibiwoye said.
She also advised the new owners not to increase the suffering of Nigerians through suffocating tariffs’’. Courtesy (NAN) is your one-stop online news magazine blog. We report credible information as they happen. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to get Latest Information.
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