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Ikeja electric has on Walk 3 reported a disruption of power supply from March 6 to April 4 in some key zones of Lagos state.

March 6 - April 4: Lagos to witness one month without power (checkout rundown of influenced zones)

Inhabitants of Lagos state who are under the power supply of Ikeja electric will as from Monday March 6, be without power supply for the following one month.

The specialist organization, Ikeja Electric Plc, reported a disturbance of administration in an announcement on Friday March 3.

The organization said the power blackout would influence inhabitants of Ojodu, Magodo, Alausa, Oke Afa, Bolorunpelu, Egbe, Igando, Shasha, and Ipaja.

Different territories incorporate Alimosho, Agege, Abesan, Ayetoro, Abule Taylor, Ogba, Ifako, Shomolu, Gbagada, Oworonshoki, Ogudu, Isheri Olowora, Berger, Anthony, Otta, and environs.

The specialist co-op's announcement perused:

 "Dear Client, Ikeja Electric wishes to report that start from Monday sixth March till Tuesday fourth April, 2017, there will be disturbance of administrations to inhabitants of Ojodu, Magodo, Alausa, Oke Afa, Bolorunpelu, Egbe, Igando, Shasha, Ipaja, Alimosho, Agege, Abesan, Ayetoro, Abule Taylor, Ogba, Ifako, Shomolu, Gbagada, Oworonshoki, Ogudu, Isheri Olowora, Berger, Anthony, Otta and environs. 



Dear Customer,

Ikeja Electric wishes to announce that beginning from Monday 6th March till Tuesday 4th April,... http://fb.me/1MVzALiWI 


"This is because of the arranged blackout coming about because of the upkeep work being done by the Transmission company of Nigeria on its transformers at the Ikeja West Transmission Station.

For the span of this work out, Ikeja Electric will leave on load shedding in the influenced territories to guarantee fair dispersion of force supply.

"We lament all bothers and guarantee you of enhanced power supply once TCN finishes up the work out

The organization however lined up the announcement with a tweet on its official handle that it got a normal of 412 megawatts from TCN for transmission to its clients.

In the video underneath, a Nigerian regrets the condition of the nation, demanding that things are not working in the nation.

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