Result released by NOIPolls Limited indicated that Nigerian households experienced tremendous improvement in power supply over the third quarter of this year.
“Results showed that about 64 percent of Nigerian households attest to experiencing tremendous improvement in power supply over the third quarter, July-September. This value represents a huge increase by 37 points in this category of Nigerian households from Q2 2015 where only 27 percent saw any improvement.”
In a statement signed by the Operating Officer/Director of Research, NOI Polls, Dr. Bell Ihua, and made available to journalists in Abuja, this value represents a huge increase by 37 points in this category of Nigerian households from Q2 2015 where only 27 percent saw any improvement.
Taking a look at geo-political zones, it was revealed that the South-West experienced the highest improvement, while the South-South zone experienced the lowest average quarterly improvement.
“An analysis by geo-political zones revealed that the South-West experienced the highest improvement, 68 percent, average across geo-political zones increasing from Q2 2015 to Q3 2015 by 42 points. Similarly, the South-South experienced the lowest average quarterly improvement by 47 percent, only increasing by 26 points.”

The result of the poll suggested that it is imperative that the recent increase in peak capacity be sustained and improved upon with consideration given to annual population growth rate and energy demand projections.
Power is one of the major social amenities that has consistently eluded Nigerians since its independence in 1960.


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