ENUGU DISCOS ANNOUNCES DATE TO COMMENCE TID ROLLOVER

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ENUGU DISCO ANNOUNCES DATE TO COMMENCE TID ROLLOVER

The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company has announced that it will commence Token Identifier, TID, rollover by the end of February 2024.

Emeka Ezeh, Head of Corporate Communications at EEDC, disclosed this in a statement over the weekend, notifying electricity consumers within its franchise to upgrade their meters.

According to him, the upgrade is compulsory for all prepaid meter customers, and they must comply to avoid losing their meter and being out of supply.

“After the rollover, the first energy purchase by customers will come with three sets of 20-digit tokens (KCT1, KCT2 & the energy token).

“The first 20 digits (KCT1) are to reset the meter, the second 20 digits (KCT2) are to upgrade the meter, and the third 20 digits (energy token) are to recharge the meter and complete the upgrade process.

“Customers are expected to punch in the first 20 digits, which is the KCT1, and press “enter”, and simultaneously punch in the second 20 digits, which is the KCT2 and press “enter,” and lastly, the third 20 digits, which is the energy, token, to complete the upgrade process”, he said.

Recall that EEDC had notified its customers that by 24th November 2024, all prepaid meters in its network will cease to accept credit tokens unless they were upgraded.The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission also urged electricity consumers to upgrade their metres at no cost.

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DONS EZE, PhD, Political Philosopher and Journalist of over four decades standing, worked in several newspaper houses across the country, and rose to the positions of Editor and General Manager. A UNESCO Fellow in Journalism, Dr. Dons Eze, a prolific writer and author of many books, attended several courses on Journalism and Communication in both Nigeria and overseas, including a Postgraduate Course on Journalism at Warsaw, Poland; Strategic Communication and Practical Communication Approach at RIPA International, London, the United Kingdom, among others.

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