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Niger, Nigeria shuts down electricity supply

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Niger remains without light. Nigeria has in fact cut off the supply of electricity, in line with the sanctions decided by the neighboring countries of West Africa after the military coup that ousted the elected president Mohamed Bazoum. This was learned from a source close to the management of the Nigerian Electricity Company. Niger depends for 70% of its energy supplies from Abuja.

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