Following the removal of the fuel subsidy, Nigerians have been looking for alternative and cheaper ways to power their generators. Nigeria has been burdened with an epileptic power supply for over four decades. Reported measures applied to solve the problem have been largely unsuccessful. Hence, a lot of residents in the country have been forced to rely on generators for power supply in their homes and businesses.
The thing is: these generators depend on fuel, which was highly subsidised, to work. Now that the subsidy has been removed, most people are struggling to power their gen. Hence, the quest to search for cheaper options by Nigerians.
Liquified petroleum gas (LPG), better known as cooking gas, has been trending as that perfect alternative. But is it safe? Find out.