The national grid collapses for the second time.
National Electricty Grid generation fell from 3,000 megawatts (MW) earlier to 1,758MW.
Another power outage has struck the National Grid. On Monday, March 14, there was a nationwide blackout due to a system failure.
The latest system collapse occurred between 5pm and 6pm on Tuesday March 15. The grid generation dropped from 3,000 megawatts (MW) earlier to 1,758MW leaving just 12 Generation Companies (Gencos) operating.
A message sent out by the Eko Electricity Company to its customers reads;
”Dear Esteemed Customers, We would like to inform you of another system collapse on the National Grid which occurred at 5:10pm today. We are monitoring the situation and will continue to provide updates. Once again we apologise for the inconvenience.”