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Nigerians stuck at home turn to solar power for electricity

About half the population of Nigeria lacks access to electricity, according to the World Bank. This means millions of people generate their own. But the cost of doing so has gone up as people spend more time at home because of the coronavirus pandemic. As Adesewa Josh reports, some are turning to the power of Mother Nature. #NigeriaElectricity #SolarPower #Quarantine

Nigerian business owners lament high cost of fuel and electricity

Nigerian business owners lament high cost of fuel and electricity

Money Talks: App allows users to sell home-made solar energy

Money Talks: App allows users to sell home-made solar energy

Solar Car Race: 40 teams take part in dash across Australia

Solar Car Race: 40 teams take part in dash across Australia

Lebanon faces record power cuts as economy worsens

Lebanon faces record power cuts as economy worsens

Secretary of state concludes his tour to three African countries

Secretary of state concludes his tour to three African countries

Over 1000 firefighters battle wildfire in south-western France

Over 1000 firefighters battle wildfire in south-western France

Satellite images debunk Moscow’s Crimea air base blast claims

Satellite images debunk Moscow’s Crimea air base blast claims

UK issues four-day heat alert

UK issues four-day heat alert

Lebanon seeks solar help for water woes

Lebanon seeks solar help for water woes

Turkish aid agencies step up Syria relief work

Turkish aid agencies step up Syria relief work

Trump invokes Fifth Amendment refusing to answer any question

Trump invokes Fifth Amendment refusing to answer any question

New tech makes realistic faces possible in a virtual world

New tech makes realistic faces possible in a virtual world

Trump invokes Fifth Amendment right, declines to answer questions

Trump invokes Fifth Amendment right, declines to answer questions

Ukraine's President says the war can only end with the liberation of Crimea

Ukraine's President says the war can only end with the liberation of Crimea

Giant 800 kg beluga whale rescued from River Seine passes away

Giant 800 kg beluga whale rescued from River Seine passes away

One killed, several injured after powerful explosions rock Crimea

One killed, several injured after powerful explosions rock Crimea

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