By SKC Ogbonnia/Texas
President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria
Despite investing over $30 billion in the sector in the past 15 years, Nigeria’s epileptic power supply has taken a turn for the worse in recent months. Today, the total electricity supply is less than 2,100 megawatts (MW) for a country of over 170 million people.
As a result, the citizens and businesses have resorted to use of electric generators to the point where some industry experts are now placing the frontal cost, including imported fuel, as high as the size of annual national budget. This mire has provoked a wide range of debates …Read More
Source:: PM Newspaper