Actress Mercy Aigbe complains about power shortage during COVID-19 lockdown

Actress Mercy Aigbe complains about power shortage during COVID-19 lockdown

- Mercy Aigbe has taken to social media to complain about power shortage in her area

- The actress said the lack of power supply has made the COVID-19 lockdown more frustrating

- Aigbe noted that she has run her generator to the point that her diesel has almost finished

Popular Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe has complained about the power shortage in her area amid the coronavirus lockdown. The actress said the situation has made the lockdown a lot more frustrating.

The federal government recently directed Nigerians to stay at home and practice self-isolation to contain COVID-19. During this lockdown period, people are not allowed to go about their daily activities outside of their homes.

One of the things that could have made the lockdown bearable for Nigerians is the constant supply of power, but many people have complained about the lack of it. Aigbe recently joined the list of people complaining.

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The actress shared a photo of herself looking depressed in her living room without light. She wrote a lengthy caption in the post on Instagram, complaining about the power outage in her area.

According to the actress, she has been running her generator for a while to the extent that her diesel is about to finish.

She noted that she cannot imagine what others who are not so lucky are going through when she is in a state of almost finishing her diesel.

The actress said she does not want any electricity company official distributing bill to her after the lockdown.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that former Big Brother Naija housemate turned natural hair expert, Ifu Ennada, has shared a few words for the federal government concerning the distribution of relief materials.

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The lady called on the government on Instagram. In the post shared on her Instagram page, Ennada compared the distribution of relief materials to the distribution of electricity bills.

According to the young lady, if electricity bills can reach every house it means relief materials must get to every family. The former reality star added a caption to her post, noting that a wise man said the words she shared.

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