Many residents of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have continued to count their losses following the power blackouts in most parts of the Territory.
AEDC official said the main reason for the epileptic power supply was a drop in generation.
Aside from the high cost of raw materials, the bakers association also complained about the high cost of business registration by the regulator, NAFDAC.
The customer said every time he buys an electricity token from AEDC, 60 percent of the amount is deducted as payment for the alleged debt.
The AEDC also said it could not provide data on projected metres distribution before the end of 2020.
New electricity tariff hikes were imposed on Nigerians from November 1.
The new rates did not appear to have a broader consensus amongst electricity regulators, distributors and labour unions.
TCN said some clearing issues at the Lagos port delayed installation of a new transformer.
Residents say the power distributor has finally implemented last week’s deal between government and labour.