Lagos Water Corporation (LWC) says it has rolled out new and easy payment channels of water bills that customers could access from the comfort of their homes.
LWC Managing Director, Muminu Badmus, said in a statement that Lagos residents could now pay water bills on mobile money operators through Firstmonie, Paga and PocketMoni.
“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.
According to him, the corporation had earlier introduced some payment channels for easy business transaction and bills payments.
“These channels include payment through any bank’s branch across Lagos State .
“Customers can pay using Paydirect or Pay at any bank in Nigeria, through ATM machines,” Badmus explained in the statement. .
Edited By: Vivian Ihechu/Wale Ojetimi
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