Nigeria’s electrical supply has again collapsed, with power output falling from a peak of 3,594.60 megawatts (MW) at midnight to a mere 42.7MW.
Only the Delta Power plant had 41.00 MW of operational power on the grid at noon on Tuesday, while Afam had 1.7 MW.
This comes barely five days after the grid collapsed twice within a space of more than 12 hours, plunging the nation into darkness.
It is not yet clear what led to the collapse, but Adebayo Adelabu, Minister of Power, had blamed the last one on an inferno.
In a series of tweets on his X handle, the minister attributed the development…
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