Lagos - Residents of about 400 communities located around the nation’s biggest power station, Egbin power plant, have threatened shut down the plant over the lingering black out in these communities.
To actualize their plan, the communities have begun mobilisation to register their grievances in a way that would be unpleasant to the new owners of the power plant, Sahara Energy, reports The Guardian.
The communities noted that they have been suffering from acute power supply over the years, despite their closeness to the power plant and have resolved to shut down the plant any moment from now.
The power station supplies about 15 percent of Nigeria’s energy.
Read more at The Guardian.
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