Nigeria's Total Blackout Looms Due To Unpaid $1.2 Billion Debt

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Electricity generation and distribution companies in Nigeria say they're going through a tough time and may be forced to cut supplies completely over a $1.2 billion debt. Generation companies are blaming distribution companies for failing to make remittances for services received, while distribution companies are laying the blame on bill defaulters and low tariff charges. CCTV's Deji Badmus tries to establish what the problem really is
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