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Has PHCN been good to you? The Federal Government would like to know

darkness-in-Nigeria2Oya oh, my people, tick a, b or c. Answer quick-quick so they can pass the feedback to Mr. President. As for me, money don nearly finish for fuel.

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  1. Sojiment

     /  November 22, 2013

    *First to comment*

  2. kene kingsley

     /  November 22, 2013

    To be honest. C. I get home every weekend to no light, since the whole privatisation buzz….

  3. nanya

     /  November 22, 2013

    We go buy new gen sef cos hope no dey again

  4. Edeeth

     /  November 22, 2013

    3 weeks and Reno is asking for feedbacks?! All the years your boss was in charge, una no do anything…suddenly you expect a miracle?! Don’t make me laugh abeg!!!

    My colleague said ‘I don’t know what happened oº°˚! I slept with PHCN on and woke to still meet it, I wonder what’s wrong’……

    Reno, I hope that answer is good enough for u!

  5. C. Infact it got worse. We go soon buy back up gen for house once this one packs up from d stress. I really tire for this light issue. The day PHCN remembers us, it will be very low voltage that can’t even power charger sef. God help us.

  6. Yemie

     /  November 23, 2013

    Until PHCN and the Federal Government gets their ducks in a row, then all this talk about privatisation will forever remain that, ‘talk’. The distribution of power’s warped with some areas having excessive supply, some none at all, while in some other areas; its comme ci, comme ca, neither regular nor irregular.

    On my part, I just recently moved house to one of those areas where each house has its own transformer and power supply here is ‘off the chains’, save for the ‘two days on’ and ‘one day off’ rubbish that’s in operation. In all, power supply in my area is above par but can be better.


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