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27 Oct 2021
The Federal Government has announced plans to deploy 30 per cent of renewable energy technology to grid power capacity by 2030.
3 Mar 2021
With the country's energy deficit estimated to range between 30GW and 175GW, even though a large percentage of the demand is from the industrial sector, local manufacturers have been urged to take advantage of available financing for renewable energy adoption.
18 Feb 2021
The Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Energy Finance (SUNREF), a green financing line for businesses developed by the French Development Agency (AFD), has concluded a plan...
23 Sep 2020
The Minister of Power, Saleh Mamman, has re-affirmed his ministry’s commitment to driving renewable energy in Nigeria. According to the minister, renewable energy is one of the ministry’s focal points to drive power supply....

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Thousands of protesters marched in Morocco's capital Rabat on Sunday decrying the "high cost of living and repression", amid surging inflation and rising social discontent.
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West African leaders on Sunday told Mali's ruling junta to release 46 Ivorian troops taken prisoner in July or face sanctions, officials said.
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Lawyers for Reform Group (LRG) has taken President Muhammadu Buhari, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), Abubakar Malami and the Executive Director of the Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM), Stella Erhuvwuoghene Okotete to court for violating the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Act in appointment into NEXIM.
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The Enugu State governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Dr Peter Mbah on Saturday received a hero’s welcome at the 2022 Cultural Day of the Association of Enugu State Development Unions (AESDU), Lagos State, held at the General TY Burutai Sports Complex. Nigerian Army Cantonment, Ikeja, Lagos State. Mbah who was described by…
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The House of Representatives Committee on Public Accounts, (PAC) is beaming its searchlights on the Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD) for allegedly refusing to employ workers in 2018.