5 ways Nigerians reacted to the electricity workers strike

Crazy things are truly happening in the country, in many parts of the country, there was an electricity blackout yesterday. Here is how we imagined Nigerians reacting.

How we imagined people reacted to the blackout [Dailyscoop]

The Transmission Company of Nigeria declared strike action among their workers. Read here why this happened.

Darkness, low battery, these sects of people just slept in darkness and hoped that tomorrow would take care of itself. They can’t come and die.

Some didn't even know there was a strike going on. Strike or no strike, these people are not even affected. Their transformer blew months ago, and they don’t even know what it means to have electricity.

These people do not have a generator or fuel so they went from house to house, shop to shop looking for where to charge their phones so they can write Facebook posts and WhatsApp statuses complaining bitterly.

These sects of privileged people are determined not to let Nigeria stress them. They just put on their estate or private generators and inverters and went about their activities.

These people have been ranting for decades about how poor the country is and how they want to leave and with the electricity strike, they say, ‘This is the final straw' and they don't make any plans to leave.

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