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Class Action: Unmetered Customers & Estimated Billing

Following the failure of the Eko and Ikeja Electricity Distribution Companies to meter their customers and halt estimated billing, a Lagos-based consumer rights lawyer, Olumide Babalola, has filed a class action suit at the Lagos State High Court on behalf of the unmetered customers.

The suit comes up for mention on Thursday, May 4, 2017.

Click to join the class action lawsuit or

Send your Name, LGA/LCDA, Last Estimated Bill and DISCO Account Number to 09023555335

Another Painful Milestone

276 abducted.
57 escaped. 
3 found. 
21 released. 
4 infants with our girls.
19 parents dead.                                                                                                                               
We are still missing 195!
Many moremen, women and children have been abducted since then.
As the 3 year mark of the Chibok girls abduction looms, lend your voice in your own way or join our gatherings:
Abuja – Unity Fountain, Daily, 5 - 6pm
Lagos – Falomo Roundabout, Ikoyi, Saturdays, 11am – 1pm
Lagos – Ejigbo Local Council Area, Opposite NNPC, Ejigbo, 2nd & 3rd Saturdays, 11am – 1pm
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Another Victim of Cybercrime Act

In the past few weeks, there has been a spike in the arrest of bloggers and activists by the Nigerian Police. Another blogger and social critic, Kemi Olunloyo was arrested and charged under section 24 of the Cybercrime Act on an instagram post, she accused a Port – Harcourt based pastor, David Ibiyeomie, of misconduct, including adultery. The absence of a magistrate, Alatuwo Fubara at the Port Harcourt Magistrate Court on Thursday, March 23rd stalled the hearing on her bail application and she stays back in prison until Thursday, March 30th.

EiE, PIN & MRA have been in court since 2016 to repeal the Act. Our next court date is April 26th.

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