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Enugu disco to disconnect CBN office, government house, Concorde Hotel and others over unpaid electricity bill

Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) has announced that it would begin the disconnection of electricity supply to customers and others with outstanding bills.

The disco in a statement issued on Friday, June 7, by its Head of Corporate Communications, Emeka Ezeh, noted that some organizations are owing over N180 billion for energy consumed.

This include Enugu State Government, Ebonyi State Government, Anambra State Government, Abia State Government, Imo State Government, Innoson Technical and Industries, University of Nigeria (Enugu and Nsukka campuses), the Nigerian Bottling Company.

Others are the Nigerian Army, Nigeria Police Force, Nigerian Air Force, Nigerian Navy, Nigeria Railway Corporation, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, UNTH Ituku-Ozalla, Ebonyi State University, Coal Corporation Quarters, and Federal Secretariat and Establishments.

Also listed among the defaulters are Enugu High Court, Reliable Steel and Plastic Industries Limited, Jilnas Industries, BENGAS Nigeria Limited, CIFO Petroleum Limited, STANEL Filling Station, Highlift Pumping Station, FINOC Industries Limited, Aluminium Extrusion Industries Limited, VIN VAL Limited, GMO Rubber Division, Nnamdi Azikiwe University in Awka, Ebonyi State Government Ecumenical Centre One, Nigeria Prisons Training School, CBN offices, M/S Concorde Hotel in Owerri, and Federal Teaching Hospital in Abakaliki among others.

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