UNN SUFFERS 3 DAYS BLACKOUT: THE CHARGING VILLAGE

The students community of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, has been experiencing a severe blackout, which began, on thursday Night, for reasons which still remains unknown.

Students attributed the causes to a heavy rain, which fell the same night, during the period when the power went off.

The extent of the damages resulting from the storm still remains unknown. No date has been put, as to when the power would be restored.

THE CHARGING VILLAGE AT ALVAN IKOKU MALE HOSTEL, UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA(UNN)

THE CHARGING VILLAGE AT ALVAN IKOKU MALE HOSTEL, UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA(UNN)

However, regaining the status of great LIONS by which they are identified, the male students of the institution, has created some what of a charging village, close to a barbers shop, as indicated by the image above.

In this sequence, a single socket from the shop, supplies current for a number of charging extensions, drawn from one another, creating somewhat of a thread like community.

KUDOS TO THE GREAT LIONS.

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