After it was fixed, they resumed their normal ‘two days on, one day off’ power rotation. And they still take light periodically during the two days o.
Anyway, from people’s comments after few days of good power supply, this is what I project Nigerian’s reactions if we had constant power supply for the following numbers of days.
1 day : “this phcn, their head is correct.”
2 days: “wow, so phcn can be nice like this.”
3 days: “hmm, phcn what is happening o?”
5 days: “phcn, it is okay. We have enjoyed the light enough. All our gadgets are now fully charged. You can take your light again.”
1 week: *Nigerians are rolling their eyes in suspicion*
2 weeks: “This is definitely a set up for a big conspiracy phcn is planning against us.”
1 month: "Seriously phcn, e don do. We now agree you exist and are effective. Point noted. We will never doubt your abilities again."
2 months: *people are losing their minds. “PHCN please, take the light. We are not used to this. We can’t handle this torment anymore. Pleeeaaaassseee.”
5 months: *Nigerians are freezing cold, and walking around in winter jacket. Every single thing is working*
1 year: *Nigerians constantly being discharged from hospital after being treated for recurring shock.
So what do you guys think? Am I right in my reaction projections? I am not sure about us making it to one year without uninterrupted power supply in the next 10 years.
As at now, I can’t even remember us having 3 days uninterrupted power supply in Lagos for the past 25 years. So 1 week is being too optimistic for now.