National grid collapses again, throws Nigerians into darkness


 

Nigerians have been thrown into blackout due to collapse of the national grid.

The national electricity grid suffered a system collapse on Friday, making it the third within one month.

Abdulazeez Abdullahi, the Head of Corporate Communications of Kaduna Electric, disclosed that the grid collapsed at about 6.29 pm on Friday.

In a statement he signed, Abdullahi assured that power supply would be restored soon.

“Dear Esteemed Customers, the management of Kaduna Electric regrets to inform you that the current outage being experienced in our franchise States is due to a collapse of the national grid.

“The collapse occurred at about 18:29 pm this evening. Normal power supply shall be restored as soon as the grid is restored.

“We sincerely apologise for all inconveniences,” he said.

The grid first collapsed on March 14, leading to power outage in Nigeria.

Barely 48 hours later, the grid collapsed again on March 15, resulting in blackout.

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