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Lagos Water Corporation rolls out new payment channels

Lagos Water Corporation rolls out new payment channels
Written by Maritime First

The Lagos Water Corporation has urged residents to take full advantage of the Corporation’s new Payment Channels for Convenient and easy Payments of Water Bills, particularly, during this period of lockdown due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.

This was made known over the weekend by the Managing Director of the Corporation in Lagos Mr Muminu Badmus, and made available to the newsmen in Lagos on Sunday.

“For LWC Billing and Collection efficiency system, convenient and easy payments of water bills across the State, LWC has rolled out new Payment Channels for the Water Customers in the State for continuous access to a potable water supply.

“This means that Water Customers have varieties of payment channels and can make payments at the comforts of their homes, particularly, this period of lockdown in the State.

“LWC water bills payment has been made available on mobile money operators the following Payment Channels: Firstmonie, Paga, and PocketMoni,” Badmus said in the statement.

He said that customers would be able to access or approach agents of these companies to pay their bills where they were located at str., corners all over Lagos.

Badmus also said in the statement that the Corporation had earlier introduced some payment channels for easy business transactions and bills payments.

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He said that to these channels include: Payment through any Bank Branch across the State (Customers can pay using Paydirect or Pay at any Bank in Nigeria); through ATM Machine (Customers can pay at any ATM machine.

“Either enter ATM CARD détails to complète payment or choose the “pay by bank” option, enter bank account no and follow the instructions to complète payment.

He, however, added that the Customer reference was used to validate a customer on all these platforms for transportation purposes.

 

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