Nigeria’s power supply, which has been attaining historical peaks in recent times have dropped by a whopping 1,047MW within 24 hours.
Last week, electricity from the national grid hit a record high of 4,810.7MW, which was achieved at 8:45pm on August 25.
However on Tuesday, data obtained from the Presidential Task Force on Power showed that as much as 1,047.3MW has been lost.
Electricity generation stood at 3,843.16MW on Monday, August 31, while 3,763.40MW was sent out, according to the PTFP.
On Sunday, August 30, generation was 4,117.73MW, while 4,029.83MW was sent out, data from the Federal Ministry of Power showed.
The dip in power generation and supply followed the shutdown of both the Trans Niger Pipeline and Nembe Creek Trunkline late last week.