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Nigeria’s Power Grid Partially Restored After Saturday Blackout

Nigeria’s electricity supply has been partially restored, hours after the national grid collapsed.

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

Nigeria experienced a national blackout around 3 p.m. on Saturday.

However, in an update, Ezeh stated that bulk supply was largely restored by the Transmission Company of Nigeria around 6:54 p.m. on Saturday.

“This is to advise you that partial supply has been restored after the system crashed earlier today (Saturday, July 6, 2024).

“So far, Awada and GCM TCN stations received supply at 18:54 hours; Nibo and Agu Awka TCN stations received supply at 18.55 and 18:56 hours, respectively; and 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 reported.

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