How multiple national grid collapse paralyse business activities in Nigeria
By Guardian Exclusive
22 June 2022 | 5:58 am
Several cities in the country were thrown into darkness on Sunday, June 12 2022, following the collapse of the national grid for the sixth time in 2022. Here is how multiple national grid collapse is paralysing business activities in Nigeria.
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