A web of corruption and anger leaves 50% of Nigerians without electricity in Africa’s largest energy-producing country. The film opens saying that Nigeria produces more gas than any state in Africa. Yet 50% of the population are without electricity and those who are with have it for a few hours at most. The film blames the corrupt post-colonial Government. These are everyday stories of people connected to the grid.
Being an electrical engineering by profession who got a job at Singapore Power but did not work there as I just got my Canadian immigration approved at that same time, I take special interest in the technical portions of the film – like how the control room at the power…
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