- A lot of money still needs to be pumped into Nigeria's power sector - Engineer Etukudo
- Electricity: Nigerians deflated as Fashola denies ever boasting about fixing nation’s power problems in 6 months
- Osinbajo reveals main cause of irregular power supply in Nigeria
- We can do better – Fashola says as power generation hits record 7,000 megawatts
On June 21, the TCN announced the for the first time on Wednesday, June 24 in the last 20 years, the national grid maintained frequency stability for 24 hours.
NAIJ.com checks reveal that the NERC had in June 2016, directed Distribution Companies to conclude metering of all customers before November 30, 2016.
The World Bank has applauded Babatunde Fashola, the minister of power, works and housing for his power sector recovery plan and has offered financial aid.
There is palpable tension in Enugu where residents have trooped out in troves to be part of an anti-EEDC protest, the House of Assembly has been occupied.
Electricity Generation Companies are ready to shut down because they've not been paid for their services by the Nigeria Electricity Bulk Trader in some months.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)says it will generate about 4,000 megawatts of power in the next 10 years to boost power supply in the country
The Mobile Electricity Service is an MTN SIM-enabled solar-based system which can help Nigerians enjoy accessible, noise-free and fume-free electricity.
Bello Lukman, a presenter at Unity FM Jos took to his Facebook page to share photos of his son trying to pull one of those ‘I pass my neighbor' generators.
The first of its kind Mobile Electricity kit launched by MTN comprises of a solar panel, an indoor power unit, phone charging accessories & 2 LED light bulbs.
The United States is committed to investing $1 billion in Nigeria’s power sector under the Power Africa in Nigeria project to improve the electricity generation
The incident happened when the Senate committee on foreign affairs were screening the 46 non-career ambassadorial nominees forwarded to the upper chamber.
The power sector in Nigeria has been faced with numerous challenges. One day, you think it is improving, the next day electricity is getting worse than before.
Tony Elumelu, chairman of Transcorp and the United Bank for Africa, has revealed that Nigeria’s power sector is going down the drain and will soon collapse.
Fashola, who arrived the APC headquarters a few minutes to 2pm, was denied electricity for the 30 minutes duration of his stay at the party’s secretariat.
Electricity generation from the biggest power station, Egbin, has plunged to a record low of 172 megawatts on Tuesday, down from 1,085MW.