“This Is 2020 Nigeria And We Still Don't Have Constant Electricity” - Tiwa Savage

Nigerian songstress, Tiwa Savage shows how disappointed she is that a country like Nigeria in this century can't give a stable power supply to it's citizens.

The international wavemaker took to her Twitter handle to to lament on the bad state of our electricity supply.

Her tweet read:

2020, this is 2020 Nigeria and WE STILL DONT HAVE CONSTANT ELECTRICITY. Jesus Christ

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This follows after the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed asked Nigerians to expect 11,000 megawatts of electricity by 2023 following the agreement the Nigerian government reached with German firm Siemens.

In his words:

Following an agreement with German company Siemens in July 2019 to boost power supply in Nigeria, the stage is set for the perennial power problem to become a thing of the past.

Under the three-phase agreement, Nigerians will enjoy 7,000 megawatts of reliable power supply by the end of 2021 (phase 1), 11,000 megawatts by the end of 2023 (phase 2) and 25,000 megawatts in the third phase.

To put things in perspective, Nigeria’s current power generation capacity is more than 13,000 megawatts, but only an average of 3,400 megawatts reliably reach consumers. In essence, the current amount of power that reaches consumers will more than double by the end of next year.

In addition, this will create thousands of jobs and will leapfrog the country into the next level of industrial and social development.

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