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NNPC raises petrol depot price to N151.56/litre

The Petroleum Products Marketing Company, a subsidiary of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, has increased the ex-depot price...

AProtests, as job seekers accuse NPA of shady practices

Hundreds of unemployed have beseiged the office of the Nigerian Ports Authority, Marina, to express their grievances over...

Power outage, other infrastructures hit Kano and Calabar Trade Zones

Irregular supply of electricity and rising cost of providing alternative sources of electricity have marred the operation of...

Banks,oil firms, traders fret over Third Mainland bridge closure

Banks, oil firms and traders fret over Third Mainland Bridge's repairs By Peter Alao Anxiety has...

DisCos, others to axe 5,000 workers Begin aggressive debt recovery

No fewer than five thousands electricity workers are on the brink of losing their jobs, if plans by the Federal Government to...

NERC compound customers’ woes, raises meters’ fee

Electricity consumers are set for more trouble, as the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission(NERC) recently, jacked up the cost of procuring pre-paid meters through the meter asset providers approved by the Federal Government.

Why DisCos/MAPs face meters glut

The eleven electricity distribution companies (DisCos) and the Meter Asset Providers(MAPs), are facing dearth of meters, due to the rising cost of clearing the product at the ports, The BoldNews has learnt.