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Nigerians Now Enjoying 24-hour Power Supply Under Buhari – Fashola Says

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Minister of Energy, Housing and Works, Babatunde Raji Fashola, has described the state of affairs of energy provide within the nation as an enchancment to what the current administration met on floor.

Fashola expressed this view whereas talking on Dawn Every day on Channels TV on Wednesday.

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Fashola asserted that in some components of the nation like Kebbi and Yobe, the facility provide is fixed. Fashola, nevertheless, revealed that the facility distribution corporations in these areas reported their customers as saying that they don’t want 24/7 energy provide as a result of excessive billing.

Fashola assured Nigerians that the present state of affairs of energy provide within the nation would enhance considerably earlier than President Buhari leaves workplace in 2023. Though, he identified that Nigeria has an extended strategy to go earlier than it achieves a continuing energy provide.

Additionally, he revealed that the Federal Authorities is already issuing licenses to corporations to supply, and provide meters to electrical energy customers within the nation.

Additionally talking on the continued dispute between the Nigeria Electrical energy Regulatory Fee (NERC) and Distribution Firms (DISCOS) on whose accountability it’s to offer meters, Fashola identified that the sparring our bodies know what to do.

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