Constant power supply has been a problem in Nigeria for as long as I can remember.
The National Electric Power Company (NEPA) was privatised and Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) took over in order to solve the lack of electricity problem; however, many have complained that they rarely have electricity in their area.
So BattaBox’s Odunayo hit the Lagos streets to find out from Nigerians…
How they cope with the lack of power supply in their areas.
“It’s not too bad but that’s not to say it’s the same way in the whole of this state,” one man answers.
“It’s very bad,” another man says.
“It’s a bit stable. Unlike before,” a man explains.
Do you have light in your area?
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