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Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Spiff20(m): 1:17pm On Jul 16, 2021
I'm a freelancer, I'm tired of buying fuel, fixing generator all the time, paying PHCN bills with erratic power supply. If the poles don't fall, then it's low current or meter will have issues. I'm ready to relocate to anywhere even if it's in a village provided it has stable power supply all year round and preferably not coming from PHCN.
I'm even willing to relocate to a neighboring African country with guaranteed power supply.
Your suggestions are welcomed thank you.
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by FarahAideed: 1:18pm On Jul 16, 2021
You have to leave Nigeria to see that

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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by RadiantHouseNG: 1:18pm On Jul 16, 2021
Get a solar powered system na. There are companies that can give you solar installations that costs like 500,000 Naira and you pay monthly for 18-24 months making it flexible to make payments.

I'm also a freelancer and have round the clock power thanks to advance planning. Plan and take action

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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by fourboys: 1:19pm On Jul 16, 2021
embarassed
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by omoharry(f): 1:20pm On Jul 16, 2021
Spiff20:
I'm a freelancer, I'm tired of buying fuel, fixing generator all the time, paying PHCN bills with erratic power supply. If the poles don't fall, then it's low current or meter will have issues. I'm ready to relocate to anywhere even if it's in a village provided it has stable power supply all year round and preferably not coming from PHCN.
I'm even willing to relocate to a neighboring African country with guaranteed power supply.
Your suggestions are welcomed thank you.
My estate We have more than that . They take the light ones or twice a week and they bring it back after two hours .but you will make more that the usual Billings
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by WiszyFraud: 1:20pm On Jul 16, 2021
Come to Port Harcourt city..


smiley

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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by illicit(m): 1:28pm On Jul 16, 2021
Osun state

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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Kyase(m): 1:44pm On Jul 16, 2021
Kaduna 18hours
Kano 16 hours
pH 16 hours
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Besko(m): 1:49pm On Jul 16, 2021
Currently in Agric (Ikorodu axis) with about 16hrs per day power for last one week.

Moreover, since April 2021, I've 247 power thanks to solar power I installed with more or less #100k (I earned from resealing one of my domain names sold for N107k/$250)... i.e.

1. 200w panel = 20k (fairly used but new as much... Band new is about 30k+)

2. 100ah deep cycle battery = 35k (brand new)

3. 1000w sachet solar inverter = 18k (brand new)

4. PMW Solar battery charger (30A) = 4k

5. 15m solar wire = 7k

6. Transport (8k) and installation (DIY with YouTube)

All bought from Alaba (check out prices on jiji too)

Between, I'm a programmer too ... The solar system'll carry all ur 5w bulbs, charge all ur phones, rechargeable standing fan (247) and PC (for at least 15hrs a day).

Although planning on adding another 100ah battery and 200w panel ASAP to boost the power generation during bad weather.

Was actually at the verge of killing myself due to the epileptic power supply (sometimes we go 8 days without power then and I hate generator n the noise...so don't ever consider it) – till I could sought this out myself by God's grace... Already feeling as if I were in charge n control of my destiny now! Don't really (emotionally) care so much about the govt n the looting anymore. However, still concerned that millions of smart brains are languishing in lack just only bc they couldn't afford COMMON electricity.

All I know is that these leaders that v made the lives of these millions around the world so difficult will definitely end in misery n the hottest part of the hell awaits them.

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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Rebelutionary: 2:00pm On Jul 16, 2021
Kyase:
Kaduna 18hours
Kano 16 hours
pH 16 hours
Having stayed for atleast a couple of months in some cities from Maiduguri to PH, Lagos-Enugu, Lokoja to Kano, Abuja to Akwaibom etc I can categorically tell the Op that in ALMOST EVERY STATE...there is always a part that enjoys that level of stability in electricity that you seek...ask around if you need to relocate!

Sometimes i wonder when i come to nairaland and i read about some nationwide blackout!!

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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Mumusaphire: 2:08pm On Jul 16, 2021
Come my area for borno. Very close to sambisa. 22hrs light.
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Aleem26(m): 2:18pm On Jul 16, 2021
Lagos AIT Alagbado
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Spiff20(m): 2:34pm On Jul 16, 2021
omoharry:
My estate We have more than that . They take the light ones or twice a week and they bring it back after two hours .but you will make more that the usual Billings
pls where is your estate located?
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Spiff20(m): 2:35pm On Jul 16, 2021
WiszyFraud:
Come to Port Harcourt city..


smiley

Omo na the Port Harcourt I de so, it's frustrating I feel like crying most times.
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Spiff20(m): 2:36pm On Jul 16, 2021
Rebelutionary:

Having stayed for atleast a couple of months in some cities from Maiduguri to PH, Lagos-Enugu, Lokoja to Kano, Abuja to Akwaibom etc I can categorically tell the Op that in ALMOST EVERY STATE...there is always a part that enjoys that level of stability in electricity that you seek...ask around if you need to relocate!

Sometimes i wonder when i come to nairaland and i read about some nationwide blackout!!
Yeah but I don't trust this Port Harcourt even the Woji they say is having steady power before you know one thing will spoil and they'll stay without power for weeks.
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Spiff20(m): 2:37pm On Jul 16, 2021
Besko:
Currently in Agric (Ikorodu axis) with about 16hrs per day power for last one week.

Moreover, since April 2021, I've 247 power thanks to solar power I installed with more or less #100k (I earned from resealing one of my domain names sold for N107k/$250)... i.e.

1. 200w panel = 20k (fairly used but new as much... Band new is about 30k+)

2. 100ah deep cycle battery = 35k (brand new)

3. 1000w sachet solar inverter = 18k (brand new)

4. PMW Solar battery charger (30A) = 4k

5. 15m solar wire = 7k

6. Transport (8k) and installation (DIY with YouTube)

All bought from Alaba (check out prices on jiji too)

Between, I'm a programmer too ... The solar system'll carry all ur 5w bulbs, charge all ur phones, rechargeable standing fan (247) and PC (for at least 15hrs a day).

Although planning on adding another 100ah battery and 200w panel ASAP to boost the power generation during bad weather.

Was actually at the verge of killing myself due to the epileptic power supply (sometimes we go 8 days without power then and I hate generator n the noise...so don't ever consider it) – till I could sought this out myself by God's grace... Already feeling as if I were in charge n control of my destiny now! Don't really (emotionally) care so much about the govt n the looting anymore. However, still concerned that millions of smart brains are languishing in lack just only bc they couldn't afford COMMON electricity.

All I know is that these leaders that v made the lives of these millions around the world so difficult will definitely end in misery n the hottest part of the hell awaits them.

but it's the charging part. It rains all the time where am at.
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Spiff20(m): 2:38pm On Jul 16, 2021
FarahAideed:
You have to leave Nigeria to see that
Brotherly I really thinking of this option.
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by RadiantHouseNG: 2:39pm On Jul 16, 2021
Spiff20:
Brotherly I really thinking of this option.


First get a laptop with 8 hours battery life and an inverter to support. Simple. 170,000 Naira settles it
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Veqtor: 2:39pm On Jul 16, 2021
Aso Rock
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Imolastborn99: 2:41pm On Jul 16, 2021
I know of one area for port Harcourt. You can get up to 19 hours
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Sammy07: 2:42pm On Jul 16, 2021
Spiff20:
I'm a freelancer, I'm tired of buying fuel, fixing generator all the time, paying PHCN bills with erratic power supply. If the poles don't fall, then it's low current or meter will have issues. I'm ready to relocate to anywhere even if it's in a village provided it has stable power supply all year round and preferably not coming from PHCN.
I'm even willing to relocate to a neighboring African country with guaranteed power supply.
Your suggestions are welcomed thank you.


Osun state, esp. Osogbo

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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by WiszyFraud: 3:02pm On Jul 16, 2021
Spiff20:
Omo na the Port Harcourt I de so, it's frustrating I feel like crying most times.


Which area are you? undecided
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Multiplier7(m): 3:03pm On Jul 16, 2021
In all the states in Nigeria, people living in the railway quarters enjoy light more than 20hrs per day. I am a witness

Just try it out in the state you are and do the research.
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Allen102: 3:08pm On Jul 16, 2021
Spiff20:
I'm a freelancer, I'm tired of buying fuel, fixing generator all the time, paying PHCN bills with erratic power supply. If the poles don't fall, then it's low current or meter will have issues. I'm ready to relocate to anywhere even if it's in a village provided it has stable power supply all year round and preferably not coming from PHCN.
I'm even willing to relocate to a neighboring African country with guaranteed power supply.
Your suggestions are welcomed thank you.
Bonny island Rivers state.

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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Nobody: 3:08pm On Jul 16, 2021
Spiff20:
I'm a freelancer, I'm tired of buying fuel, fixing generator all the time, paying PHCN bills with erratic power supply. If the poles don't fall, then it's low current or meter will have issues. I'm ready to relocate to anywhere even if it's in a village provided it has stable power supply all year round and preferably not coming from PHCN.
I'm even willing to relocate to a neighboring African country with guaranteed power supply.
Your suggestions are welcomed thank you.
Imowo kekere and elepe, both under ikorodu. You will get more than 15hrs daily infact more than 20hrs almost everyday of the week.

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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by donaldo999(m): 3:09pm On Jul 16, 2021
Come to Obunapha community in Bayelsa State
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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by donaldo999(m): 3:10pm On Jul 16, 2021
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Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Spiff20(m): 3:11pm On Jul 16, 2021
Allen102:
Bonny island Rivers state.
I'm thinking of this Island too but are you currently there? And is it every part of the island?
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Spiff20(m): 3:13pm On Jul 16, 2021
Multiplier7:
In all the states in Nigeria, people living in the railway quarters enjoy light more than 20hrs per day. I am a witness

Just try it out in the state you are and do the research.
Railway quarters? Never heard of that before. Man are you sure about this?
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Spiff20(m): 3:14pm On Jul 16, 2021
RadiantHouseNG:



First get a laptop with 8 hours battery life and an inverter to support. Simple. 170,000 Naira settles it
Can you recommend the laptop for me? So I can sell the one I have for it . Thanks
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by Spiff20(m): 3:15pm On Jul 16, 2021
Sammy07:



Osun state, esp. Osogbo
Okay
Re: Where In Nigeria Can I Find At Least 15 Hours Power Supply Daily? by System202: 3:15pm On Jul 16, 2021
Come to Yola at least 20 hrs of light if u doubt me do ur research

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