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The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) says there has been a drop in the electricity generated into the national grid by a total of 1,087.6 Mega Watts of Power.
The University of Lagos (UNILAG) Alumni Association, Lagos State branch, amidst an alumni get-together and award ceremony on Sunday launched its N738,981,000 ‘Support Our University Project’ (SOUP) at the Jelili Omotola Hall C of the varsity.
Transmission Company of Nigeria on Monday announced that it has attained a wheeling capacity of 7,124 Mega Watts transmission capacity of electricity to the Distribution Companies.
The Nigeria Bulk Electricity Trading Plc (NBET) has disbursed a total of N152.974 billion to 23 power generation companies (Gencos) within the first seven months of 2017, according to a report.
Power generation in Nigeria increased by 1,100 megawatts in four days despite last Thursday’s fire incident that affected the Escravos-Lagos Pipeline supplying gas to some power plants.
The management of the Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) on Sunday apologised to its consumers over the irregular power supply.
Some states in the western parts of the country may remain in darkness, as repair work is yet to commence on the damage caused by a fire on the Escravos to Lagos Pipeline (ELP), which supplies gas to six power plants in the west.
Within a space of about 16 hours, the country’s electricity grid collapsed twice, leaving many parts of the country in total blackout.
Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, on Wednesday announced that the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) and the Generation Companies (GENCOS) were working to restore the technical hitches recorded in the national transmission grid.
Nigeria’s power transmission grid collapsed on Tuesday night, a development that led to widespread blackout across the country.
The Director General of the Budget Office, Ben Akabueze, yesterday, said the Federal Government has concluded plans to sell key national assets in a bid to generate sufficient revenue to finance Nigeria’s annual budgets between 2018 and 2020.
The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, Monday stated that the federal government would be open to welcome new and tangible offers that would lead to it divesting its 40 per cent shares in the 11 electricity distribution companies (Disco) in the country.
US President Donald Trump has been dealt a double blow after developments in two separate cases involving his former close associates.
An All Progressives Congress governorship aspirant in Lagos State, Mr Jide Sanwo-Olu, on Friday said he did not believe a national leader of the party, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, would ask him to back down on his ambition.
Mr Bayo Onanuga, the Managing Director, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), says the anti-corruption crusade being championed by President Muhammadu Buhari is real and yielding results.
One of Lionel Messi's most difficult moments with the Argentina national team was following the loss to Chile in the final of the Copa America Centenario in 2016, according to Elvio Paolorosso, who was the team's strength coach under Gerardo Martino.
Trading on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed for the week on Friday on a positive note with Nigerian Breweries leading the price gainers.
President Muhammadu Buhari will inaugurate Edo Inland Container Dry Port (Edo-ICD) in December.
The governor of Sokoto state, Rt. Hon. Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, has called on religious leaders in the country to stand firmly as a bulwark against vices such as corruption, kidnapping and shedding of innocent blood by not only exposing perpetrators but sanctioning those within their folds.
After going from goofball to Grand Slam champion, Naomi Osaka can follow her historic US Open triumph by becoming Japan's first world number one, predicts Japanese tennis great Kimiko Date.
With his fierce rhetoric and anti-immigration measures, Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban has alarmed critics at home and in Europe, while bolstering his populist domestic support and attracting far-right fans internationally.
The management of the University of Abuja has suspended the Students Union Government (SUG) election indefinitely over incessant violence on campus.