UNILAG Vice-Chancellor Expresses Concern Over High PHCN Bill, Says Varsity Paid N122 Million In March

The University of Lagos vice-chancellor, Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe disclosed that UNILAG was still paying high monthly bills to the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), which was worrisome.

 

The Vice-chancellor told the newsmen that in March, the university paid N122 million as PHCN bill for the main campus and School of Radiography, Yaba.

 

His words: “The high monthly bill from PHCN is something that is worrisome to the university. We are working on the independent power plant.The March PHCN bill doesn’t include the College of Medicine at Idi Araba.”

 

Last year, the VC said the university paid N1.4 billion for electricity and each year the bill keeps increasing due to increase in electricity tariff.un

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