Nigeria will soon face a 35% increase in electricity bills
Mar 08,2023 Sunchees
Nigeria's current electricity bill is 24 naira per kWh. If prices rise by 35%, the figure will rise to 32 naira per kWh. This may further infuriate the public, who are already complaining that dealers charge more and offer less services.
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