Metro Don’t Expect Stable Power Supply Soon - AEDC



The sufferings and hardship currently witnessed by Nigerians across the country took a turn for the worse in Abuja in the last couple of days as Abuja Electricity Distribution Company‎ reduced power supply to the Federal Capital Territory and neighbouring states to an average of six hours.

This was in negation of recent claims by the Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN, two weeks ago, that power supply had hit a new high of 4,488 megawatts (MW).


Vanguard observed that over a month, the power situation in Abuja took a turn for the worse, with households having to grapple with ‎exorbitant electricity bills despite the absence of electricity.