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Why Do Nigerians Put Off Their Generators By 02:00 Am? by okwabayi(m): 9:06pm On Jul 16, 2018
This is something I have noticed but never ask to avoid unknowingly embarrassing my hosts. Everywhere I go it's always the same time: on by 06:30/ 07:00 pm and put off by 02:00 am, latest 02:30 am.

Is it to conserve fuel or any other specific reason?
A relative of mine suggested it's done because at 02:00 am dew starts to form hence the environment gets to its coolest point of the day. There is no way I can know or confirm, my room always has locked windows and when in my house I leave the generator on till the next day.
Re: Why Do Nigerians Put Off Their Generators By 02:00 Am? by Nobody: 9:08pm On Jul 16, 2018
So that Edo Witches can start their work!

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Re: Why Do Nigerians Put Off Their Generators By 02:00 Am? by okwabayi(m): 9:12pm On Jul 16, 2018
Ukoma9:
So that Edo Witches can start their work!
Re: Why Do Nigerians Put Off Their Generators By 02:00 Am? by Nobody: 9:15pm On Jul 16, 2018
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Re: Why Do Nigerians Put Off Their Generators By 02:00 Am? by YOUNGELDER1(m): 9:45pm On Jul 16, 2018
I let run until the next day on few occasion cos there's always power in my area all night.
Re: Why Do Nigerians Put Off Their Generators By 02:00 Am? by Pengician(m): 7:43pm On Oct 13, 2018
And you felt you have said something here?
Go and work on your mental faculty.
Re: Why Do Nigerians Put Off Their Generators By 02:00 Am? by kingviny: 7:48pm On Oct 13, 2018
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Re: Why Do Nigerians Put Off Their Generators By 02:00 Am? by meobizy(f): 8:04am On May 16, 2020
It’s funny how the off topic comments still remained. SMH.
Re: Why Do Nigerians Put Off Their Generators By 02:00 Am? by alphaNomega: 10:01am On May 16, 2020
Like this post if you are a Nigerian and you don't put off your generator by 2am

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