Is this for real? With the total darkness exprience nation wide....
The nation’s power situation, yesterday, received a slight boost as power generation inched up to 2,905 Mega Watts (MW), from about 2,600MW recorded on Monday, The Guardian reports.

Investigations showed that the slight rise that was recorded, increased due to the resumption of gas supply to some power plants which were hitherto faced with supply challenges in recent times. The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) generation details yesterday showed that the national grid now has about 2,905MW of energy against the estimated 80,000MW required to meet national demand.
The breakdown of the generation, according to the Nigeria Electricity System Operator indicated that Ikeja Disco received 435.86MW; Abuja, 334.16MW; Eko, 319.63MW; Benin, 261.51MW; Enugu 261.51MW; Ibadan 377.74MW; Jos, 159.81MW; Kano 232.46MW; Kaduna, 232.46MW; Port Harcourt, 188.87MW; Yola, 101.70MW. 
Notwithstanding the upward swing in generation levels however, electricity consumers across the country have still continued to lament poor services by the distribution companies.