Nigerians should be prepared to pay more for electricity - TCN boss
Mr Usman Mohammed, Managing Director, Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has said that consumers should be prepared to pay more for electricity in order to ensure regular power supply
Financial liquidity, governance, others may worsen electricity supply in 2020
There are indications that the challenges facing electricity supply in Nigeria might persist through this year, as stakeholders were cynical about projected improvement, stressing that the current situation might not offer any relief, especially in terms of liquidity and governance crisis.
FG stakes N600b in power sector as intervention hits N1.5tr
The Federal Government has concluded plans to inject additional N600 billion into the Nigerian electricity industry.
Policy direction needed to salvage power sector investment, says TCN
The Managing Director of Transmission of Nigeria (TCN), Usman Mohammed has said investment in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI), particularly in transmission network risks further losses, if the Federal Government fails to provide policy direction that will address the lack of asset by distribution companies. Speaking yesterday in Abuja during a tour of some…
Electricity workers threaten nationwide strike over alleged abuse of labour rights
The epileptic power power supply may become worse as the workers in the sector are threatening to embark on industrial action over abuse of labour rights by the managing director of Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), Usman Mohammed.
Nigeria heading towards anarchy under APC, says group
A pro-democracy group, the Democratic Alliance for Good Governance (DAGG) has condemned the siege to Senate President, Bukola Saraki and his Deputy, Ike Ekweremadu’s residences by security agents.