Nigerians are calling for the resignation of Minister of Power, Adebayo Adelabu, citing dissatisfaction with the persistent poor electricity supply across the country

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Calls for the resignation of Minister of Power Adebayo Adelabu have surged amidst the ongoing struggle with erratic electricity supply across Nigeria. Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) shed light on the issue, attributing the dismal situation to a shortage in grid allocation due to gas deficiencies impacting generating companies.

In a statement shared on Tuesday, the EEDC addressed its customers, acknowledging the inconvenience caused by the limited supply and assured ongoing efforts with partners to resolve the matter promptly. They appealed for understanding during this challenging period.

The persistent power crisis has exacerbated the hardships faced by Nigerians, already burdened by inflation and a weakened purchasing power of the naira. Frustrated citizens have taken to social media platform X to express their discontent, with many insisting that Adelabu should step down if he cannot effectively address the power challenges.

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