Nigeria’s Power Supply Drops

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Nigeria’s power supply dropped for the third consecutive day on Monday starting the week with a total supply of 83,723.87MWh.

This represents the lowest power supply since 10th April 2022, while the grid was still recovering from the disruption.

Similarly, the total energy generated also dipped to 84,764.67MWh on Monday, which is 3.19% lower than the 87,553.76MWh recorded the previous day.

Written by: Helen Obih

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