Abuja, Lagos, Others In Darkness As Nigeria’s Electricity Grid Collapses Again

Nigerians may experience a blackout, as the nation’s electricity grid again collapse on Wednesday, leaving parts of the country without power supply.

The grid, operated from Oshogbo, Osun State by the Transmission Company  Of Nigeria, (TCN) collapse about 12:26 pm, while the Abuja electricity distribution company, in a notice, explains that the situation has affected the supply of electricity to its customers in Niger, Kogi,  Nasarawa, as well as a significant portion of the entire federal capital territory, Abuja.

Also, the Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED), the umbrella body of distribution companies, in a statement, however, blames the situation on the obsolete, analogue systems being used by the transmission company of Nigeria.

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