Lagos - Six in every 10 Nigerian homes had less than five hours of daily electricity supply during the first quarter that ended in March 2014, a fresh results from the power sector poll have shown.
The results released by NOIPolls Limited for the First Quarter of 2014 revealed that an average of 63 percent of Nigerians experienced no improvement in their power supply, with 43 percent experiencing a worsened state and 20 percent having no difference at all, reports Peoples Daily.
Further findings revealed that an average of 63 percent received less than 5 hours of continuous power supply daily with the majority (45 percent) receiving between 1-4 hours of continuous power daily and 18 percent receiving zero (0) hours of power supply.
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