Wanted! Lifeline for a near-comatose power sector
Save for the timely and suave intervention of the leadership of the National Assembly, Nigerians would have started paying more for electricity since Wednesday, July 1, this year.
‘Coal reserves can generate 53,900MW by 2030’
As Nigeria grapples with its power supply crisis, experts have said that the country can effectively generate up to 53,900 megawatts (MW) of electricity by 2030.
COVID-19: Ndukuba wants humanity to recognise God’s power
Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Rev Henry Ndukuba has said Coronavirus experience has shown that the world belongs to God and not man
Breaking the power of the grave - Part 2
Life is full of troubles and wickedness. No man of any religion or social class is exempted from this. From our Bible text, we see the cry of the Psalmist for the redemption of his soul
DisCos explain continuous poor power supply
Despite efforts to expand electricity transmission lines, and improve supply to end-users, power distribution companies (DisCos) have said the plans may fail
Power is responsibility: A tribute to Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola
Ogbeni stood ramrod and made his remarks with panache. His deep voice bellowed with resonance, passion, and conviction. He was speaking from the depth
Aside from RoW, other roadblocks hobble telcos
Ekiti, Kaduna, Imo, Katsina and Plateau states recently blazed the trail by implementing the right of way (RoW) resolution of the Governors’ Forum in a bid to deepen broadband
Senate probes N1.8trn intervention fund
The Senate is probing over N1.8 trillion Federal Government interventions in the Power Sector since privatisation of the sector