Electricity supply partly restored in Nigeria hours after national grid collapse

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Electricity supply has been partly restored in Nigeria hours after the national grid collapse.

Emeka Ezeh, Head of Corporate Communications at Enugu Electricity Distribution Company confirmed this in a statement on Saturday.

DAILY POST reports that there was a nationwide blackout in Nigeria around 3 pm on Saturday.

However, Ezeh, in an update, said bulk supply was partially restored by Transmission Company of Nigeria around 6:54 pm on Saturday.

“This is to inform you of partial supply restoration after the system collapsed earlier today(Saturday), 6th July 2024.

“So far, Awada and GCM TCN stations received supply at 18:54 hours; Nibo TCN station and Agu Awka TCN station received supply at 18.55 hours and 18:56 hours respectively; while Oji River TCN station received supply at 19:22 hours.

“We are still standing by, anticipating full and normal restoration of supply to other interface TCN stations, ” Ezeh stated.

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