Electricity Distribution Companies are owed about N93 billion by MDAs, military and security agencies, including residential, commercial and industrial consumers.
The Executive Director, Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors,Sunday Oduntan dislosed this, adding that the debt was as at the end of April.
He howver stated that all the debtors would face mass disconnection in the coming days.
The breakdown of the debts, according to Oduntan is made up of N39.1 billion pre-privatisation and N39.5 billion post privatization as well as outstanding interest of N15 billion, which the bulk trader charges Discos for late payment of their Energy bills arising from non-settlement of utility bills.
A breakdown of the sum is as follows: Abuja DISCO ,18.6 billion; Eko DISCO, 8.6 billion; Kaduna , 8.2 billion; Enugu, 7.2 billion; Ibadan, 6.8 billion;Ikeja, 5.9 billion; Port Harcourt, 6.8 billion; Benin, 5.8 billion; Jos, 6.5 billion; Yola, 2.4 billion; and Kano, 1.2 billion.