- Ghana was ranked among the top 10 African countries with stable electricity
- Quoting 2019 WEF Electricity Access, Africa Facts Zone posted that Mauritius and Tunisia have 100% power supply
- Ghana makes the list at number nine with 84%, 1.1% above South Africa
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Africa Facts Zone has again posted another list rating Africa nations. This time around, they compiled the top 10 African countries with good electricity access.
On the list, Mauritius, and Tunisia ranked first and second with a 100% electricity supply. Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, and Seychelles ranked 99.8%, 99.1%, and 99% respectively.
No country on the list has below 80% electricity access as South and Ghana, nations on ninth and 10th positions have 84.3% and 84.2% power access rates.
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See the first list below:
1. Mauritius, Tunisia (100%)
3. Egypt (99.8%)
4. Algeria (99.1%)
5. Morocco, Seychelles (99%)
7. Cape Verde (96.1%)
8. Gabon (90.7%)
9. Ghana (84.3%)
10. South Africa (84.2%).
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Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that following inadequate gas, poor transmission infrastructure and shortage of distribution facilities, there has been a decline of Nigeria's electricity supply from 3,993.65 megawatts to 3,608.
According to a statement released by the office of the vice president, Yemi Osinbajo, the power sector has lost not less than N2, 162,000,000 due to the development.
In another report, celebrities and influential personalities have leveraged on the power of DNA test to trace their African ancestry
In a compiled list of seven, two are from Nigeria, while the rest's ancestries were linked to countries like Cameroon and Sierra Leone
Of the big personalities, LeVar Burton and American clergyman Bishop TD Jakes are from the country Nigeria
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