So Much Light Even My Inverter and Generator Are Confused #NEPA

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generator-bastards-nepa-phcn-meme-basketmouth-instagram-SOSnation.com_Q: Since Saturday there has been stable power in my place …

Like NEPA will take light for like 5 mins only and bring it back for the rest of the day. We are basically living in confusion,  my Refrigerator almost burst my juice packs with over freezing, my inverter is living in fear that it might die from overcharging and my landlord’s Generator thinks there is a coup about to happen as NEPA plots a dieseless takeover.

My question however is this … what has given rise to the this improved power supply in Lagos (or other states) … is it:

a) Buhari’s Federal influence that is kicking people into action

b) Just a fluke surge given that we are in the rainy season and our dams are fuller

c) God’s infinity blessings on Nigeria.

d) Lagos state’s Gas supply

e) Nah Jesus do am

f) None of the above, but here is why <Insert reason why>

NOTE: This question is not for political campaigning … any bias, ethnic nonsense or insults will result in quick blockage … you have been blocked … I mean warned.

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16 comments on “So Much Light Even My Inverter and Generator Are Confused #NEPA

  1. Pamela on said:

    Same situation here in Onitsha o! There has been uninterrupted power since Saturday, the thing is upsetting my plans sef, I would have been by far more content and confident if I knew the reason behind the whole thing!

  2. Ogo Desh on said:

    Ehm….I think it’s B too oh. But let’s see if it’s still the same after the rains. But add C and E too.

  3. I really think it is a case of everyone being on their toes, because of the fear of Buhari. The last government invested heavily in power but indiscipline and vandalisation was the order of the day.

    I guess we can say the Buhari presence is allowing us enjoy the investments of the GEJ administration. This is not ideal though. We need to build strong institutions, as opposed to our fixation on powerful leaders.

  4. yesboss on said:

    Yes oooooooo, its d same in my area here in ibadan. I would credit GEJ for this tho, cos we are now reaping what he has sown a long time ago and we are reaping d dividends of transformation. Let’s accept this change for once.Lol

  5. Honestly, I have been asking the same questions. I stay in Ibadan and it’s pretty much the same thing. I get scared that when this goes away, there won’t be light for months… Frankly, its quite impressive, whatever the reason behind it.

  6. Olajumoke Bello on said:

    Hah! Ofilispeaks what area is this oh? So I can move there immediately! Because in Oniru were I live, we only get light at night from midnight to 5 or 6am.

  7. And I was thinking it’s just Portharcourt. Firstly the light generally improved the past One month but for we had uninterrupted light for like 4 days.
    Boy! I was ‘afeared’ Mehn.
    That’s the longest I have ever experienced uninterrupted power supply my whole life. 4solid days no blinking.

    I dunno who to thank. But those who are doing their jobs and making it possible I say well done and miebaka( thank you)
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  8. Omooba on said:

    f) None of the above, but here is why … recent surge in gas supply.

    … And don’t expect it to last too long…

  9. VSSangobimpe on said:

    Would say b although many I ask think it’s a – it started happening as soon as Buhari was inaugurated, too fast to have been as a result of his presence, just a coincidence. I don’t like it though, it scares me that the capacity of Nepa cannot take it and we’ve started suffering fluctuations lately. I prefer they give us light on a fixed schedule – ration it, instead of this too much light so that we’ll have too little light later….

  10. I don’t understand what you’re talking about cos in my side of Gbagada, we haven’t seen light for almost a week. To make things worse, our generator is bad. The whole thing is slowing down my business. Kai

  11. “any bias, ethnic nonsense or insults will result in quick blockage … you have been blocked … I mean warned.”
    Nice one loool
    Well, at my end, the power supply has tripled in the past one week. It still hasn’t gone above 14hrs daily so I’m not scared yet.

  12. NO LIGHT IN UYO.WE RE YET TO WITNESS D CHANGE MANY NIGERIANS RE HAPPY ABOUT.DONT GET ME WRONG,ITS NOT LIKE WE RE EXPERIENCING TOTAL BLACKOUT,BUT D LIGHT CONDITION IS PRETTY MUCH D SAME.INFACT TO SHOW HW BAD IT IS,MY PHONE HAS STARTED GIVING ME WARNINGS.Y US…Y UYO…intearsandinpain.

  13. I just moved to VGC, and they are campaigning for elections. I thought they were keeping light steady so the incumbents can stay on…

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