AEDC warns customers against third parties posing as AEDC agents


The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company ,(AEDC) has sounded a note of warning to its customers to beware of third parties who claim to be acting on behalf of  the company in respect of the installation of meters for its customers.

The Company gave out this warning through its social media platform on twitter , it reads thus


“Dear Esteemed Customers, it has come to our notice that some people have been approaching customers in our franchise area (especially in the FCT) to pose as AEDC agents for the purposes of procuring meters for them”

“We totally disassociate ourselves from any third party who has claimed to be acting on behalf of  Abuja Electricity Distribution Company  (AEDC) Plc in respect of installation of meter for our customers”

The company  further explained the procedures for getting a new meter on the social media platform when a customer asked how to go about it by asking its customers to  go to the nearest area office to apply for the meter in which they would given an application form and that the customer may also wish to write an application letter. Using the same medium, the AEDC also reminded its customers that installation of meters in their  houses and offices is FREE OF CHARGE.


About Isaac Ademoluti 206 Articles
A Geophysicist, graduated from the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA). Worked at Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), 132/33 KV Apo- Substation. Interested in the Power sector, football and loves writing.

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