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The minister of Power, Engineer Sale Mamman has apologized to Nigerians for the lack of electricity, saying things will soon improve.
The minister attributed the lack of power supply to the problems faced by the eight power stations in the country.
He said the Jebba power plant had been closed for some annual repairs.
He said seven other stations, including Geregu, Sapele, Omotosho, Gbarain, Omuku, Paras and Alaoji, were suffering from gas shortages, while the Shiroro hydroelectric power station needed to be repaired.
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