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Power Holding Company of Nigeria

23 Mar
A group, Concerned Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Pensioners (CPP) has appealed to the Federal Government to intervene over shortfalls in payments of pension benefits
1 Dec 2019
The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) says a detached Power Holding Company of Nigeria electrical cable on Sunday resulted in fire under the Odo-Iya Alaro Bridge inward Ojota.
30 Sep 2019
Power generation is considered one of the key parameters used in measuring the extent of development of any nation even as research has shown a correlation between electricity consumption and Gross Domestic Product.
20 Jun 2019
About 48,000 disengaged employees and pensioners of defunct Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), are planning to drag the Public Enterprises...
14 Apr 2019
A recent bandying of mere figures by authorities in Abuja to the extent that they needed a whopping $1 trillion dollars worth of investment to modernise energy infrastructure in the country cannot impress anyone, after all. The difficulty in the provision of energy to the Nigerian populace has been a recurring decimal over the years.…
10 Jun 2016
Faced with the near-collapse of power supply in many parts of the country, made worse by the recent drop by 1,598 megawatts, the House of Representatives may review ...

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