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TCN: Power grid collapsed three times in Q2

Nigeria’s electricity generation system collapsed three times in the second quarter of this year, the latest report from the Transmission Company of Nigeria obtained on Friday in Abuja indicated.

Power grid records first collapse in February

After collapsing six times in the first eight days of this year, Nigeria’s electricity grid recorded another collapse on the first day of the second month.

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