Adamu Garba says Algeria will supply free electricity to Niger Republic.

by Amos Kalu

Adamu Garba, a leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), asserted that Algeria had chosen to provide the Niger Republic with free electricity.

According to Naija News, the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) turned off the country’s electricity supply.

Adam Umar El-yandiski, the TUC’s public relations officer for the Kano State subregion, called Channels Television to corroborate the information.

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He maintains that there is no relationship between the connection that supplies electricity to the Niger Republic and the provision of electricity to any other area of the nation because it receives its power directly from the national grid.

Pressure was put on the leaders of the country’s coup with this action.

Garba, however, claimed that Niger has a solution to its power supply problems in a Friday Twitter statement.

The APC stalwart claims that Algeria would now supply electricity to Niger.

He stated, “Algeria is to supply electricity to Niger Republic for free.”

A power outage will make Niger angry, says Shehu Sani

Shehu Sani, a former legislator from Kaduna Central, has criticized the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), led by President Bola Tinubu, for cutting off the Niger Republic’s electricity supply.

Sani claimed that the change will enable Nigeriens to live their lives independently of outside influences.

There have reportedly been less power outages in Niger than in the past because power was only consistently available for approximately an hour at a time for residents of the cities of Niamey, Maradi, and Zinder.

On Friday, Sani responded to the news on Twitter, emphasizing the implications of Nigeria cutting off its northern neighbor’s electricity supplies.

According to Naija News, one of the sanctions from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) over the country’s coup was that Nigeria shut off the power supply to the Niger Republic.

In his letter, he stated that the Niger Republic’s hospitals, schools, households, and offices were all impacted by the energy cutoff.

“This is punishing the people of that country and inciting animosity toward our nation, not applying pressure to the military regime.

“The response from Nigeria and Ecowas is encouraging more Nigerien citizens to support their Military Government. Nigeria, France, and Ecowas are pressuring them to learn how to live independently.


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