It has only gotten worse, not better for Nigeria as electricity output crashed to an all time, historic low of 727 megawatts.
When on Friday, the permanent secretary of the Ministry of Power said the output had plumetted to 1,327 MW, Nigerians thought they had reached the nadir. But now things have gotten even worse.
According to The Nation newspaper, the collapse at the Shiroro Power Plant was the cause of the latest generation plunge. Shiroro is a 600MW hydro electric plant on River Kaduna in Shiroro, Niger State.
Abuja, Kogi, Nasarawa and Niger states are experiencing an unprecedented load shedding. The Abuja …Read More
Source:: PM Newspaper