The Federal Capital Territory Water Board has announced an increase in its services to the public. In a memo generated from the office of its General Manager, following due consultations with stakeholders, the Management of the FCT Water Board announced an increase in its tariff for domestic end-users.
In the statement from the General Manager’s office, there would be an increase for domestic end-users from N80 N110/m° while commercial end-users will now pay N300/m° instead of the old rate of N150.
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The statement read, “PUBLIC NOTICE: Following due consultations with stakeholders, the management of the FCT Water Board hereby announces an increase in tariff for domestic end-users from N80 to N110/m° while commercial end-users will now pay N300/m° instead of the old rate of N150.
“The change is informed by the current global skyrocketing prices of water treatment chemicals and reagents. The tariff is however still substantially subsidized by the government, as water is an essential service.
“Customers are by this notice informed of the new water rates to enable them to enjoy excellent service delivery by the Board.”
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