Electricity supply partly restored in Nigeria hours after national grid collapse


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.

Saga Gist 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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