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Patoranking calls out Nigerian government on Twitter

According to Patoranking, he has been hearing ‘una get light, light dey, nepa just take light’ for the past 28 years

The Nigerian government and politicians have been called by Nigerian singer Patoranking, who expressed his frustration over their inability to fulfill their promise of steady electricity.

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According to Patoranking, he has been hearing ‘una get light, light dey, nepa just take light’ for the past 28 years. His tweet reads;

Nigerian Government/Politicians don’t u guys think it’s high time we stop complaining about light/Nepa/phcn?what the fuck is even going on?

In the past 28 years of my life, all I have been hearing is “ UNA GET LIGHT” LIGHT DEY” NEPA JUST TAKE LIGHT” what the fuck is going on?

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Well the Nigerian Government few months ago explained why there is still no constant electricity in Nigeria.  Speaking through the Head of Service of the Federation , HoS, Mrs Winifred Oyo Ita while commissioning the 60 MVA, 132/33 Power Transformer, the government claimed the power distributing companies were rather blaming the government for the poor power supply in the country

According to her: “There is huge investment in the power sector all over the country but so far as the Power Distribution Companies are not investing to improve their distribution capacity such that they are able to send out this power to the end users, Nigerians will not appreciate the large volume of money being invested in power generation- that is the truth.

The Federal Government has lamented that its vast investment in the power sector is not translating into improved power supply in the country because the power distributing companies, DISCOs, have no capacity for effective distribution of electricity generated by transmission companies.

According to her: “There is huge investment in the power sector all over the country but so far as the Power Distribution Companies are not investing to improve their distribution capacity such that they are able to send out this power to the end users, Nigerians will not appreciate the large volume of money being invested in power generation- that is the truth.

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