The Federal High Court Sitting in Lagos has fixed May 31 to rule on the preliminary objections filed by the Eko Electricity Distribution Company, The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission and the Attorney General of the Federation.
They are all listed as defendants in a suit filed by some aggrieved residents of Itire, Ijesa and Ikate communities in Surulere area of Lagos State.
The resident staged a peaceful protest in court on Monday to condemn the high electricity tariffs which they say does not match supply.
Justice Saliu Saidu has listened to the objections of the defendants who have challenged the jurisdiction of the court to hear the suit.
Counsel to the plaintiffs, however, said that the Federal Government needs to review the privatization process.
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