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6% Nigerians Enjoy 20 Hours Power Supply Daily In 2016

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LATEST survey report by the Independent Energy Watch Initiative, I-WIN, has revealed that power supply had been on consistent decline, month-on-month.

According to the report, between January and June last year, only an average of about six percent of Nigerians enjoyed over twenty hours (20hrs) of supply availability daily.

The survey which was anchored on the feedback from electricity customers in Nigeria, was aimed at assessing the overall performance of the Electricity Distribution Companies (DISCOs).

The survey evaluation was based on the following indices:   Customer service, value for money, hours of supply availability, quality of power, communication and customer engagement and quality of electricity supply infrastructure.

According to the results of its ‘aggregated power sector poll’, I-WIN stated that a major outcome of the survey is the fact that most Nigerians (average of 79 percent) have suffered a transformer failure or other forms of electricity supply infrastructure failure.

The findings revealed that a nation-wide average of 62 percent of the affected customers are compelled to make contributions to replace the components of failed infrastructure to the extent it affects them.

It added: “From our findings, about 56 percent of electricity customers in Nigeria experience less than eight hours of power supply availability daily.

“This low level of service delivery has been highlighted in previous studies to be a major contributing cause of increasing deviant customer behavior in Nigeria. Not surprisingly, only an average of about 6 percent of Nigerians enjoy over twenty hours (20hrs) of supply availability daily.”

The survey further revealed that the bulk of Nigerian electricity customers insist that they get little or no value for money as regards the quality of power supply, as it also indicates an heightened level of frustration by electricity consumers nationwide over the poor quality of power supply amidst high bills/charges for same.

“Overall, the services of the distribution companies were rated poorly by Nigerians, and the operators are enjoined to review the results of this survey critically with a view to discerning the issues highlighted.”

Source: Vanguard

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The wicked shall not go unpunished – Oyedepo tells hoodlums looting, vandalizing properties

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The wicked shall not go unpunished - Oyedepo tells hoodlums vandalizing properties

General Overseer of the Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo, has reacted to the ongoing vandalization and looting of government and private properties by hoodlums in the country.

Oyedepo declared that all the hoodlums taking undue advantage of the unrest in the country will not go unpunished.

The cleric made the declaration during his Sunday service on October 25.

The clergyman also prophesied that unrest in the country was over and that the peace of God has been restored back to the land.

“The sources of agitation will be wisely dealt with and favorably dealt with; the land shall rest again in the name of Jesus Christ.

“All the hoodlums who are taking advantage of this season, let hand be joined in hand, the wicked shall not go unpunished.

“Innocent people on the streets going about their own cause and businesses, they were in their shops, the only business they have.

“CAUTION! You don’t have a double life, you have only one, you don’t have a spare. Caution! I bind all activities of the devil behind every form of unrest being inflicted by hoodlums in the name of Jesus,” he prayed.

 

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I have no plans of relocating, Laycon tells fan

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I have no plans of relocating, Laycon tells fan

Laycon, winner of Big Brother Naija season 5 edition has made it known that he has no plans of relocating outside Nigeria, in spite of all that is embroiling in the country.

His statement comes after one of his Icon fans expressed that few of the ex-housemates are planning to relocate outside the country, asking what Laycon plans on doing.

Laycon, thereafter, restated his love and commitment to his fans, adding that for him to leave the country, he would have to go with all his fans.

 

 

The fan identified as Amara wrote on Twitter:

“Vee, Neo, Nengi, Ozo dey plan japaa, only Laycon still dey write motivational tweets. @itsLaycon which way na?!”

In response, he tweeted:

“If I wan japa, I gats carry all my icons with me… So until that one dey possible, I dey here with Una.”

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Untrained soldier flogs woman at ATM stand for telling him to join the queue

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Untrained soldier flogs woman at ATM stand for telling him to join the queue

A Nigerian lady, Ada-oma, has take to social media to recount her experience in the hands of a soldier with the Nigerian Army.

According to her, she was at an ATM machine of the UBA branch at Oshodi area of Lagos when a soldier  approched her, flouting the the rules of an existing queue.

The said soldier reportled assaulted Ada-Oma after she asked the uniform man to join the queue.

 

 

Taking to Twitter, she wrote,

“Hello Nigerians, I was just assaulted by an army official this morning 26/10/2020 at the ATM stand of @UBAGroup at their oshodi branch. i’m still shaking and crying as i write this because i have never felt this way in my entire life.

“I’m also scared writing this because he Threatened me. so my Life is your hands Nigerians.
I was on the ATM queue and this @NigerianArmy official asked me to move so he can pass, i asked him if he was on the queue that there is a queue, he asked me to move,i moved and continued asking him if he was on the queue, he flared up as you will see in the video below, and before i knew what happened he brought out his belt and hit me.

“This happened at your branch in oshodi and your security men were there. He hit me!!!!! I literally cried my way to the office. I never insulted him.

“Only asked if he was on the queue and he got angry and furious and violent. He threatened to make me bleed blood, in my own country because i asked if he was on the queue.I want justice.”

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