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FG’s grid expansion project plans additional 204 megawatts in Ekiti State

THE Federal Government's grid expansion project is targeting additional 204 megawatts (mw) of electricity to boost power supply in Ekiti State. The Minister of Power,...

FG to implement new tariff hike on data, calls – Minister

THE Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed, has said the Federal Government is on course to implement a new tariff hike on data and calls. The...

West Africa plans enhancement fund for regional electricity market

THE West African Power Pool (WAPP) is planning to create a Liquidity Enhancement Revolving Fund (LERF) for the ECOWAS electricity market. The Chairman, Executive Board...
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Nigeria establishes Africa’s first meter museum in Lagos

THE Federal Government, through the Nigerian Electricity Management Services Agency (NEMSA), has inaugurated a meter generation museum/gallery at the National Meter Test Station, Oshodi,...

‘Buhari’s approval of ExxonMobil-Seplat deal violates PIA provisions’

THE approval by President Muhammadu Buhari of the acquisition of ExxonMobil's assets by Seplat Energy is a violation of the provisions of the new...

2023: Frank Nweke pledges Singaporean model in developing Enugu State’s economy

ENUGU State All Progressives Grand Alliance's (APGA) governorship candidate for the 2023 elections, Frank Nweke, has said he would adopt the Singaporean economic model...
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Buhari okays Seplat’s buy of ExxonMobil’s Nigeria unit

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has okayed and granted consent to Seplat’s acquisition of ExxonMobil’s Nigerian unit.  The presidency confirmed this development in a statement issued today...

Economists seek improved partnerships of states, private sector to curtail rising poverty

ECONOMISTS have expressed the hope that states can turn around their economic fortunes with increased partnership with the private sector, amid concerns of growing...

Nigeria’s fiscal crisis worsens with slump in oil production to 1.08m bdp

NIGERIA's fiscal crisis worsened last month as the country again failed to meet up with the daily production quota the Organisation for Petroleum Exporting...
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