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28 Apr
To boost electricity supply, the Federal Executive Council (FEC), presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari, again approved multi-billion naira contracts for the power sector yesterday.
15 Dec 2021
A high degree of sophisticated automation and analytics is needed to manage a system powered by an increasing variety of energy sources.
29 Sep 2021
The Nigeria Consumer Protection Network (NCPN) has insisted that the growing rate of multiple taxation in the nation's electricity industry is worrisome.
11 Aug 2021
Electricity is critical to modern life either for household use like lighting, heating, cooling, and refrigerating or powering appliances, computers, electronics, machinery, and public transportation.
2 Mar 2021
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) says the power sector has recorded an all-time national peak of 5,615.40MW.
29 Jan 2021
A group, under the aegis of the Nigeria Consumer Protection Network has urged President Muhammdu Buhari to declare a state of emergency in the power sector, saying Nigerians are paying for darkness.
27 Nov 2020
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, said the Central Bank of Nigeria Power Assistance Fund (CBN PAF) meant to address electricity tariff shortfalls would no longer be sustained, saying it was time the sector became financially stable. According to him, such interventions must be phased out to promote financial independence. Represented by the Minister of Power, Saleh…
25 Aug 2020
The Minister of Power, Mr Sale Mamman says the 6.15 billion dollars (about N2.373 trillion) recently secured by the Federal Government for the power sector will improve electricity supply in the country.
5 Aug 2020
The problem in Nigeria’s power sector is not rocket science, and if it's rocket science, you have rocket scientists that are able to deal with it. There's no reason why we shouldn't get it right.
2 Aug 2020
When Nigeria became independent in 1960 and inherited the well-run Electricity Corporation of Nigeria (ECN), which was established in 1951 by the then colonial administrators, many probably, did envisaged that the country’s power sector would end up as an albatross.
21 Jul 2020
There is a move to sell over 216 non- core electricity assets of the Federal Government to address some of the challenges in the power sector.The plan became public knowledge yesterday as the Senate insisted that reversal of the sector’s privatisation would worsen the challenges
20 Jul 2020
Sen. Gabriel Suswan, the Chairman Senate Committee on Power says the senate has no plans to reverse the privatisation of the power sector.


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France has become the latest country to reconsider its energy options because of the war in Ukraine, announcing Sunday it was looking into reopening a recently closed coal-fired power station.
3 hours ago
The Defence Headquarters says the troops of Operation Whirl Stroke have arrested four kidnappers, neutralised three bandits and rescued a kidnapped victim in recent operations in parts of Benue.
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President Muhammadu Buhari, in the course of the week, visited Kigali, Rwanda, where he participated in the 26th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, and also held bilateral talks with world leaders. The Nigerian leader, who returned to Abuja on Sunday, had while in Kigali, visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial in Rwanda where he made a…
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The Police Command in Delta has allegedly killed three suspected armed robbers and arrested one, in two separate robbery operations in the state.
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