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National Grid Collapse: Buhari Govt Holds Emergency Electricity Stakeholders Meeting

FG Tells Nigerians Why They've Been Experiencing Poor Electricity Supply

The Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government summoned an emergency stakeholders meeting in the power sector over the low electricity generation.

Naija News reports that this is coming after the latest collapse of the collapse of the National power grid on Monday morning.

Recall that no fewer than eight states including Lagos experienced blackouts, the Eko Electricity Distribution Company confirmed.

The states affected include Lagos, Enugu, Kaduna, Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and the Imo States, among others.

While the issue persists, EEDC in a terse text to its customers on Monday said that the system collapse occurred on the national grid at 10:40 am.

It said that the system collapse affected supply in Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and the Imo States.

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Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company had also confirmed the grid collapse to its customers, assuring that power would soon be restored.

Following the embarrassing collapse for the second time in 2022, the Minister of Power, Abubakar Aliyu, summoned an emergency meeting to find a solution to the epileptic power supply across the country.

Sources at the power ministry told The PUNCH that the minister invited participants in the sector to the meeting to address the latest concern about the collapse of the grid.

Aliyu is reported to have told stakeholders to work together to stabilise electricity and shun the ongoing blame game among industry experts.

The meeting, which was held at the conference hall of the Federal Ministry of Power had in attendance delegation from power generation companies, TCN, Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading and Niger Delta Power Holding Company.

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Others include officials from the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited, Shell, among other players in the power value chain.

This meeting was summoned to address the current electricity situation in the country which we see and are not happy about. We must find a solution so that Nigerians will have electricity. I want us to have the patience to talk to each other, not blaming each other,” the minister reportedly statedThis article was originally published on Nigeria News

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National Grid Collapse: Buhari Govt Holds Emergency Electricity Stakeholders Meeting

FG Tells Nigerians Why They've Been Experiencing Poor Electricity Supply

The Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government summoned an emergency stakeholders meeting in the power sector over the low electricity generation.

Naija News reports that this is coming after the latest collapse of the collapse of the National power grid on Monday morning.

Recall that no fewer than eight states including Lagos experienced blackouts, the Eko Electricity Distribution Company confirmed.

The states affected include Lagos, Enugu, Kaduna, Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and the Imo States, among others.

While the issue persists, EEDC in a terse text to its customers on Monday said that the system collapse occurred on the national grid at 10:40 am.

It said that the system collapse affected supply in Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and the Imo States.

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Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company had also confirmed the grid collapse to its customers, assuring that power would soon be restored.

Following the embarrassing collapse for the second time in 2022, the Minister of Power, Abubakar Aliyu, summoned an emergency meeting to find a solution to the epileptic power supply across the country.

Sources at the power ministry told The PUNCH that the minister invited participants in the sector to the meeting to address the latest concern about the collapse of the grid.

Aliyu is reported to have told stakeholders to work together to stabilise electricity and shun the ongoing blame game among industry experts.

The meeting, which was held at the conference hall of the Federal Ministry of Power had in attendance delegation from power generation companies, TCN, Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading and Niger Delta Power Holding Company.

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Others include officials from the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited, Shell, among other players in the power value chain.

This meeting was summoned to address the current electricity situation in the country which we see and are not happy about. We must find a solution so that Nigerians will have electricity. I want us to have the patience to talk to each other, not blaming each other,” the minister reportedly statedThis article was originally published on Nigeria News

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