The challenge of low power generation, will soon be a thing of the past if assurances by the Transmission Company of Nigeria, that it has the capacity to wheel more than six thousand megawatts are anything to go by.
Managing director of the Company, Atiku Abubakar says the company has upgraded several transmission sub stations across the country.
Over the past few weeks, Nigeria has witnessed very low power generation with a sharp drop from about five thousand mega watts to about two thousand mega watts.
This, has grossly affect every facet of the economy.
But there seems to be a beacon of hope in the horizon as the company responsible for transmission, says it has put machinery in place to ensure power, becomes stable.
The Transmission company, on the other hand laments the lack of adequate funds, which it say is is responsible for many abandoned projects.
Abubakar added that the company had faced challenges of vandalism, but remains undeterred.
With the strategies lined up by the transmission company, Nigerians can only hope that their sufferings brought about by power outage, would soon be abated.