Fashola Comes Under Fire From Nigerians on Twitter Over Power Supply

Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, have come under heavy attack from Nigerians on twitter for the drop in power supply all over the country. Nigerians feel Fashola has performed below expectation. 
They are also berating him for not immediately suspending the license of the Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company whose staff are presently on strike after 400 of their colleagues were laid off for failing their competence test. The strike action has thrown Lagos and its environs into darkness for 4 days now. See tweets Below:

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