It's simple. If your generator is singing or your neighbour's generator is so loud you can barely hear yourself think, then it means they lied again.

Lagosians did not ask for it; but the Eko Electric Distribution Company entered a bond when its officials said residents in the Centre of Excellence will enjoy electricity through out its zone.

The company's General Manager for Corporate Communications, Godwin Idemudia says its staff is aware of the high expectations of customers especially those using the pre-paid meters.

“EKEDC has put in place measures to ensure that the customers’ hopes are not dashed.

“We assure customers within our operational territory of uninterrupted electricity supply during Easter.

“We will ensure that energy from the National Grid is adequately distributed to customers,” he said.

He, however, warned against vandalism and tampering with equipment in the zone as it could cause deaths or serious injuries.

He advised electricity consumers to refrain from patronising unlicensed electricians when faults occurred on their power lines or appliances.

Idemudia said a special fault clearing team has been set up in all the business districts to facilitate quick response to customers’ complaints.

During a drive through some local council areas in the zone, Bounce News could hear the chorus of generators and  smoke billowing into the environment.

Sorry Sir, you lied or failed or both.