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TCN denies looming national blackout amid nationwide strike

TCN denies looming national blackout amid nationwide strike
TCN denies looming national blackout amid nationwide strike

As workers commenced a nationwide indefinite strike on Tuesday, the Transmission Company of Nigeria has said there is no truth in a media report about a looming national blackout.

TCN emphasised that the claim made by an online news outlet alleging that the Head of Public Affairs of TCN predicted a national blackout was inaccurate and misleading.

This was revealed in a statement signed by TCN management which was shared on its X account on Tuesday.

As workers commenced a nationwide indefinite strike on Tuesday, the Transmission Company of Nigeria has said there is no truth in a media report about a looming national blackout.

The statement clarified that no such declaration was made by the Public Affairs Head, disclosing that the country’s power grid remained intact, consistently providing substantial electricity to distribution load centers across the nation.

The statement said, “The Transmission Company of Nigeria hereby states that the publication by Daily Post alleging that the Head of Public Affairs of TCN said that there will be a national blackout is false and totally misleading.

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“The statement is mischievous and baseless as TCN, through the Public Affairs Head, did not make such statement.

“We hereby note that the nation’s grid is intact and supplying bulk electricity to distribution load centers nationwide.

“As at when issuing this statement, the TCN National Control Centre Osogbo which controls bulk power transmission nationwide, is actively operational.”

Techrectory with Agency Report.

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