The managing of Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) says it will give 100 free prepaid meters for its clients during the company's"Clients' Service Week".
Its general director, Corporate Communications, Mr Godwin Idemudia, who made it known on Wednesday, said it was aimed at guaranteeing 100 percent customer satisfaction.
Idemudia, in an announcement in Lagos also stated the EKEDC administration decided that clients who paid their electricity bills so far without unpaid could have free yards through a raffle draw.
"Please note that meters will be issued into the 10 lucky clients per district. These customers have to be regular in paying zero outstanding.
"The customers who will be qualified for the free meter must have no list of energy theft and had no record of hostility towards the staff," he said.
Idemudia said that the EKEDC's district and business supervisors have been needed to send 20 names of customers that fall under the groups before 12 noon on Thursday.
"A raffle draw will be performed for 20 customers per district, whereas just 10 clients will qualify."
The EKEDC spokesman stated that the business was rated high in metering and charging efficiency in the 2018 first quarter record of the National Electricity Regulation Commission.
He said that the business was now rated the cheapest in relation to Aggregate Technical and Consumer reduction, adding that newly acquired smart meters could be rolled out soon.
Idemudia said that the EKEDC was doing its very best to ensure effective delivery notwithstanding constant pipeline vandalism that had impacted electricity generation and resulted in transmission limits.
He said other obstacles included by-passing of power, energy theft as well as stealing of cables.