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Ogun cobbler electrocuted while illegally reconnecting neighbours’ electricity

"It is true. He went to help people connect electricity illegally. He was on the electric pole when power was restored. He was electrocuted. The family said they had accepted his death in good faith.

Electricity consumers paid N1.27tn in three years, say Discos

ANED, the umbrella body for the Discos, said customers paid N363bn in 2017, N437.9bn in 2018 and N473bn in 2019.

Electricity tariff, fuel price hike: FG moves to abort planned strike

According to him, yes, our leaders received invitation from government for a meeting on Thursday (today). We will attend the meeting because we have made demands. We will attend the meeting to see if our demands will be addressed. We cannot make the demands to the government and they invite us to look into our demands, we say no, we are not attending your meeting.

IBEDC appeals to customers over poor electricity supply

Whenever there is a fault, the normal routine is that our engineers must get approval from the TCN before repairs can commence, and this process is a bit challenging.

Protest rocks Ibadan over hike in fuel price, electricity tariff

More reactions have trailed the recent increase in petrol and electricity tariff across the country, as students and civil society groups,...

NANS protest against hike in Petrol price, electricity tariff

In furtherance of registering its grievances against the increment in the pump price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) popularly known as...

Electricity, fuel hikes: NANS begins mobilisation for showdown with FG

As Nigerians continue to kick against recent increment in electricity tariff and petroleum products, the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS,...

COVID-19: Poor Ghanaians to enjoy free electricity till 2021

While the free electricity would be enjoyed by lifeline consumers that consume less than 50kWh per month, water would be given to all citizens for free for the next three months.

Electricity: Nigeria installs first commercial undergrid minigrid power project in Makoloki

The country’s first rural commercial undergrid minigrid has finally been installed in Mokoloki, a rural community in Ogun State.

Nigerian electricity workers threaten strike

The electricity workers under the umbrella of Senior Staff Association of Electricity and Allied Companies (SSAEAC) has threatened to embark on...

Reps seek two-month free power supply to Nigerians

The House of Representatives has said it is considering a stimulus bill that will ensure that Nigerians get free electricity supply for...

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“The bag was identified by other passengers as his own. When search was conducted on the bag, 138 rounds of AK47 live ammunitions, one AK47 magazine, one Baretta pistol magazine and a knife were discovered.”

9th senate empathy for the wounded in action (WIAs), an ‘ESPRIT DE CORPS’ for the agile soldier, says NAPMAIDEs chairman

"The visit of the leadership of the 9th Senate led by the Senate President, Distinguished Senator Ahmed Lawan to a military hospital in Kaduna to show empathy for the Wounded In Action (WIAs) who were brought there from the various theater of operations is a shared spirit of comradeship, enthusiasm, and devotion to a cause among the unarmed soldiers in war front".

Denmark v Finland match: Christian Eriksen stabilised in hospital after collapsing in match

Eriksen’s partner, wearing a Denmark shirt, came to the touchline and was comforted by the captain Simon Kjaer and the goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.

Democracy: Ayade derailed, disappointed those who trusted him — Senator Onor

“I was one of Ayade’s campaigners. I believed in him because I thought he was sincere in his dreams for our state. I had thought we had seen a messiah with the ability to cause a great transformation in our state, based on his statements. But the man has disappointed all of us and I feel terribly disgusted about the way things have nosedived