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Saturday, April 25, 2020

Locked Down In Darkness!

Those in charge of the flow of electricity are reportedly cutting lights nationwide and leaving people in darkness in this time where there is coronavirus lock down....
what is going on?why?

Please share your location and experience with no light,half light situation in Nigeria.....







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    1. No light here o , very few hours a day in Ebute metta east ! So sad

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    2. I have light here at least 20hrs a day.

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    3. IFAKO, GBAGADA, LAGOS. NEPA, WETIN DEY HAPPEN? ABEG MAINTAIN

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    4. I pity the day they will bring bill to us. No light. I managed to charge my phone a little with a neighbour's generator. To think we use to have light very well before

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  2. I dey house and I get light 24 hours.
    I am talking about the light in my kerosene lamp.

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    1. You're just hilarious ๐Ÿคฃ
      Loool

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    2. ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…

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  3. Tbh PhCN has been so nice to us
    For the past two weeks now
    We hve constant power supply
    Even when it's raining.
    I wish they will continue like this.

    Reporting from Rumigbo.


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    1. Yes most places in PH have constant light. I stay in Rukpawulushi and we have steady light. Can't remember the last time i bought fuel for gen.

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    2. Some parts of PH use turbine not electricity.

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    3. What's turbine and whats electricity? I work in the gas turbine. What we do is generate electicity and feed it to nepa. They do the distribution. We omly generate we do not distribute.

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  4. To be honest NEPA are trying in my area. They give us light eighteen hours on and 6hrs off but I noticed from last week Sunday our light has been almost 24hrs steady now. No more rationing again. Although we pay a lot in terms of NEPA bill. We pay 40k every month for the 4 flats in my compound.

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  5. They have been fair with us with light here, truth be told.

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    1. Miss Ess,long time no hear from you, I trust you are well.

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  6. Light here has even great, I could say we have more than 18hours of light!!


    At least this week, they have been trying

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    1. Sweetie, what did you type? ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„

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  7. It’s like I’m in London tho!..... Ogudu GRA/GRA Ikeja ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿคช

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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    1. In ajao estate we also have It's been very good

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    2. True oh Kelvin, the light in Ogudu GRA is so good.

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  8. NEPA dey try. We always have more than 7hrs power supply everyday.

    Na something compared to nothing because Nigeria is known for total blackout when it comes to electricity.

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  9. We hardly have light.
    Adetola, savannah, bolaji banwo, and all of us connected to the same transformer.
    The light goes off before 8 in the morning and doesn't come back on till after 8 at night. When it does come back, it doesn't stay the whole night. It could go off before midnight, and come back on while we're asleep.
    But every morning, once the day breaks, light is gone...till 12 hours later.
    I was told that we're connected to orile business unit.
    But you see our neighbours...emmanuel street, irone Avenue, Santa and co., they get upto 20hrs of light in a day.

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  10. There is light sometimes and most times we are embraced with darkness

    na my generator and fuel they keep me sane this period indoors...the amount we spend on fuel daily is ludicrous tbh ๐Ÿ˜”

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  11. We we have light in Awka, Ana bra State. Disconnection is for people who are yet to pay for supply consumed.

    Ada Agu

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  12. We have light ooo. Since Easter sunday we've not stayed up to 5hrs without light. Atleast them try for that one.

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  13. Let me use this opportunity to call out ikedc okota branch,My street aliu bisiriyu and dele orisabiyi street in ago palace way, transformer got bad twomonths 3weeks ago and they came and took it for repairs...but they have refused to return it back stating the transformer owes 10million,the people in the area contributed 3 million,they came to fix one of the wires on the pole and now they are asking we pay another 1.2 million before they can bring back the transformer, as at wednesday i learnt they have been able to pay above 500k in this HARD TIMES, At least 45 percent of us are on prepaid.Connect this light and disconnect those owing.I'm calling out their manager one Mr ebenezer please sir kindly do the needful, we are tired of wasting money on fuel๐Ÿ˜ญ.We know you have the power but please bear in mind that we have kids at home currently.Please ooooo

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    1. I believe you.
      One of my cousins moved her family to her brother's BQ in VI two days to lockdown,she insisted that if Dele Orisabiyi doesn't have light that Yusuf Erinfolami will soon join in the,darkneas and they are ok over there as the hubby is stuck in Europe on official trip.

      All those streets around Apena Bus stop looks like NEPA 'loves' them specially.Pele dear,somehow they will see this comment and do the needful.

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    2. Same thing they did in my area in PH. Our transformer got bad. They picked it up and said the transformer is owning 10m. The landlords contributed and bought a new one,cos that particular transformer they repair it every 6 to 1 year and we pay for the repairs. We went to meet the manager negotiated with him. Wrote letter giving the transformer to them, and said they can ho ahead and disconnect those owing. We still settled them with cash oh. But now we have steady light,at least 22 hours of light a day.

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  14. We get light oo. For about one month now we have been enjoying almost 20hrs of light. I have never experienced this in my entire life.

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  15. It's really worrisome.It has made every effort in staying at home futile.This is just wickedness and insensitivity.Without power, how far can we go in the fight against COVID-19?useless people

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  16. No light here, they bring it when they feel like and take it when they want to. We are on prepaid so they should bring the light.

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  17. Power supply in my area is very poor, in a day we could see light like 6-7hours.For the record i stay in satellite warehouse bus stop.

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  18. There is light in my area though not the 24 hrs thing but on the scale of above average.

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  19. Their pattern here is as thus;
    They give us light around 3pm then by 5pm it gone. Then around 8.30-9pm at night they restore it which will last till 5am in the morning (the circle continues).

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    1. Are you in Enugu?

      This has been the pattern for a few days now and to think we used to have about 20 hours of power supply some months back.

      It's just so exasperating.

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    2. Noni you're right about Enugu. My area here in enugu, they will give us light from 10am-2pm. Then at night from 10pm-12am. You won't see light again till 10am. But few months back we used to have steady light, I don't just understand anymore and it's really annoying.

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  20. Life never before .19 hours per day Yaba

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  21. Yep, we always have steady power supply here, even before the lockdown. I heard we share the same transfomer with government house.

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  22. Here at Ijegun Lagos State, it's 2days off, 2days on.... I don't understand this country at all, I thought they said something about free electricity for 2months??? Useless government

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  23. We get at least 20 hours daily here in Anthony, Lagos. Electricity has been really good here.

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  24. Reporting live from Ogba,Dem dey give us around 11.05am, den take it around 3 or 4pm.

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    1. It depends on ur side. We dey get light here in obawole me say 20 to 22 hours almost everyday.

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  25. Constant light here. The steady light self is already getting tiring.

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    1. The bills is even too much. I'm buying too much credit this lockdown period.

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  26. As usual under a special arrangement with IKEDC and the Estate,2 days on for full 24hrs and 1 day off starting at 7am prompt.
    We got diesel for the day off so no qualms.

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  27. Awoyaya, Lagos no light . I wake up to bathe every 2hours through out the night. It's horrible .

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  28. Iya Oshoronga of Blogosphere25 April 2020 at 15:29

    Well, between phcn and my Estate generator we have.24 hours light for more than 3 years now. I am not living in the same Nigeria people are complaining about. I thank God.

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  29. Terrible light situation at my location. It's not even funny anymore.

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  30. Phcn they are trying, but any small breeze they take it light.

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  31. We used to have light from 12am to 7am and from like 12pm to 8pm but it's now from 12am to 3am and from 2pm to 7pm with 1 day off (sometimes 2 days off) here.

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  32. Since the lockdown power has being constant o.
    Like 18hrs or more a day.
    Just the meter reading is crazy.
    I burn 4000naira unit in less than 2weeks.
    The light is even tiring. When you are use to bad things,when good thing now come you will find yourself questioning it.
    I don't know what to do with the light ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€

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  33. There is constant light here in my area

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  34. I don't understand BEDC in Benin. Upon the complaint by the governor, no changes.

    I was forced to go out yesterday just to charge my gadgets.

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  35. Constant light here at the City Centre. If they take it, it doesn't exceed 5 minutes. Quite an improvement from the first week of the lockdown.

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  36. I live in Alagbole and our light has been fairly good (it has always been like that) except for the light been faulty.

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  37. There's no off day in my area. We are enjoying light back to back here.

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  38. Light in our area is not constant at all. 2-3hrs during the day and 3-4 at midnight.may God help us.

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  39. Abeokuta is the worse of them all. IBEDC, what happened? Did we offend you people? Asides from Obada And a few other areas, light in this town is generally poor. In my area, sometimes they bring it for a few hours in the day time and at night when we have all gone to bed. Some days, they might not bring at all. Its not it at all. And it was better than this before now. We've even had low current for about a week now. The fault has been reported and yet we've not seen any technician. It's tiring.

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  40. We usually have light maybe bcos we use prepaid meter sometimes we want them to take it so our money won't finish

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