Six Nigerian States To Suffer Power Outage, Total Blackout For 2 Days

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Jan 23, 2013 – 6 Nigerian States To Suffer Power Outage / Total Blackout For Two Days This Week (Abia, Anambra, Benue  Enugu, Ebonyi,Imo)

Some key states in Nigeria are set to experience a total blackout this weekend. www.naijagists.com

According to power Transmission company of Nigeria, TCN, the following states will experience power outage from Saturday, the 27th of January to Sunday the 28th.

In a statement made by Transmission Company of Nigeria’s spokesperson, Mr Dave Ifabiyi in Abuja yesterday, the states below will have total light out in order to upgrade the transmission system’s capacity.

Names, List Of 6 States In Nigeria To Experience Power Outage

The affected states are:

  • Abia State
  • Anambra State
  • Some parts of Benue state
  • Enugu State
  • Ebonyi State
  • Imo state

Here is detail message from TCN on the upcoming blackout in the above states.

In the bid to complete the final connection works on the new double circuit 330kV transmission line from Benin, in Edo State, to Onitsha, in Anambra State, and the associated substation at Onitsha, there will be power interruption to Abia, Anambra, Enugu, Ebonyi and Imo states in the eastern part of the federation, as well as parts of Benue State on Saturday, January 26 and Sunday, January 27, 2013.

Hope this move will resolve power instability in those eastern states.

13 thoughts on “Six Nigerian States To Suffer Power Outage, Total Blackout For 2 Days

  1. Na wao, y all eastern state? Something May b wrong somewhere, may b bcos of high rate of vandalisation in dat region(bcos wuna like moni die). Anywhere e go beta, lol…make wuna no vex

  2. What about d areas dat are not mentioned but dont av light 4 more dan 3 days now and bill continue coming @ d end of d month. People Decieving People. Remember,we’ll all leave dis world one day and account 4 all our deeds.

  3. abdullahi you just open ur mouth and talk sensel….. like an ….. .. igbo like money pass oboki this days.. is it nt u obokes that’s stealing frojm federal purse since after the civil war and even recently ur brother faruk lawan was seen hiding money in his cap in otedeola’s house is he an igbo man .. you guys a just pretenders who re worst than alibaba and the forty thieves in this country naija..

  4. stupid of u Abdullahi Yusuf, who no like money? Is it not better to like money than to be idiotically been a M***** who don’t know the value of life? Don’t be silly, watch ur tongue. Long live Biafra, long live Easterners

  5. After the blackout,i pray there shld be stable electricity in Benue.especially Gboko Road where i live.

  6. The issue we are discussing here is unstable electricity supply in the entire nation even after 53 years of independence from the British in 1960. We are not here to attack each other unreasonably and senselessly base on tribal sentiments. We the Nigerian people should unite for peace, prosperity and for the progress of our dear nation. You see, our criminal and corrupt politician are always united to embezzle and loot our national treasury and they are never divided based on their various tribes. The shortage or complete absence of electric power is not the issue affecting our good people in the eastern states named in this article. However, it an issue affecting every state in Nigeria today. No state in Nigeria today can boost of 12 hours supply of electricity without any interruption. This is a shame of our dear nation. No nation in the 21st century that cannot supply her people with uninterrupted electric supply cannot have economic progress and prosperity. South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, Egypt and many african countries have risen above electricity challenges. Why is it that Nigerian people are still living in total darkness depart billions of naira we generates daily from crude oil? The answer is that our criminal politicians care less if that country progresses or not; in as much as they are able to share our money among themselves at all levels of government. The late African icon- Nelson Mandela says, ” Nigerian politicians/leaders have no respect for their own people. They misuse public funds like is their personal money.” Honesty, service to the people, integrity, honor, love of the country, and accountability are not in their dictionary of our criminal politicians at all levels of government in Nigeria. Therefore, instead of us fighting ourselves senselessly based on tribal sentiments, we should come together as people and vote out all these criminal politicians from our various local government areas, states and finally send Badluck Jonathan back to Bayelsa state in 2015. Let us tell them that enough is enough.

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