Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Night Shot

Not only is it tragic, but it's also beyond me how countries similar to Nigeria supply so much of their resources to numerous countries and still aren't able to sustain...

Surgeons operating with kerosene lanterns and accident victims waiting in dark hospital corridors because there's no light to see their injuries; these are among the realities of life during Nigeria's long power outages, according to a group campaigning to improve electricity supply.

"Nigeria is one of the world's largest producer of fossil fuels so we shouldn't have a problem generating our own electricity."
--Amara Nwankpa

Read the whole article at CNN.

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