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21 Dec 2021
Retirees of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria [PHCN], have protested non-payment of 33 percent increment in their pension. Their demands include a 42 percent shortfall payment for the past 21 years to the year 2000. Harmonisation of pre-2003 retirees; and monetisation of post-2004 retirees. The demands also include a 33 percent pension rates increment of July 2010, paid to all other Defined Benefit Scheme (DBS), pensioners to date.
22 Oct 2018
Abuja residents shutdown PHCN office, demand pre-paid meter.
10 May 2017
An angry lady who lost everything in a fire incident that occurred in Oasis Garden Estate, Lagos, has made a video, calling out Fire service officials who kept telling them 'they're coming, they're coming', and PHCN Officials for not coming to their aid.

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