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18 Aug 2019
While the Nigerian power sector has remained a notable failure five years after it was privatised, a new deal between Nigeria and Siemens of Germany has raised fresh concerns and criticisms regarding the government’s readiness to address the numerous challenges bedeviling the sector. KINGSLEY JEREMIAH writes on the apparent fault lines in the Memorandum of Understanding.

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