EXCLUSIVE: 7 places in Nigeria where power supply is so bad, you will cry for them

Recently the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) released the electricity generation charts for the month of March. NAIJ.com covered the report which seems to prove that the electricity supply had improved since they boasted of above 4,000 Mega Watts(MW).

The recent chart released by TCN showed increased power generation

The recent chart released by TCN showed increased power generation

However, did this report translate to proper electricity supply for Nigerians? NAIJ.com posed the question and out of 396 comments, majority of Nigerians complained about the power supply in their respective areas.

Below are some of the comments they made:

1. Igando/Ikotun LCDA

In the Igando/Ikotun Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Lagos, a man says the performance is zero%, very, very poor.

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2. Ikorodu, Lagos

Mr Adebowale from Ikorodu says they had to protest against the poor power supply being experienced recently.

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3. Ibeju, Lekki, Lagos

In some parts of Ibeju, Lekki area of Lagos, they have not had power supply for two months now.

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4. Ketu, Lagos

5. Abeokuta, Ogun state

According to Oliver Kaine, they only have about 30 minutes of power supply in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital.

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6. Calabar, Cross River state

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Some houses at Orok street in Calabar south local government area of Cross River state have been facing total black out.

7. Amuwo Odofin, Lagos

In the Amuwo Odofin area of Lagos state close to Festac, a resident says power supply has been zero.

NAIJ.com recently made a video of a Nigerian man complaining bitterly about the present government. Watch the video below:

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