Power generation in the country has dropped further to 2,620 megawatts.
The new figure was what obtained as at Monday.
And this is coming amid the shortage of fuel, which is the major alternative for government generated power supply through the usage of power generating sets.
Based on what is generated at present, Ikeja Electric got 393.14MW; Abuja, 301.40MW; Eko Electricity Distribution Company, 288.30MW; Benin Electricity Company, 235.88MW; Enugu Electricity Company, 235.88MW; Ibadan, 340.72MW; Jos, 144.15MW; Kano, 209.67 MW; Kaduna, 209.67MW; Port Harcourt, 170.36MW; and Yola, 91.73MW.
Nigeria reached an all time high in power generation early February.
This was when the country achieved 5,000MW.