Power Sector And Other Related News Stories For Friday May 3rd 2024

Posted by News Room May 3, 2024

AEDC Partners with Government and Stakeholders to Tackle Power Challenges in Nasarawa and Niger State.

Amid mounting concerns over erratic power supply in Nasarawa State, Abuja Electricity Distribution Plc (AEDC) has reaffirmed its commitment to addressing the electricity challenges facing the region. Engr. Jonathan Adeyemi, AEDC’s Chief Business Officer for Kogi, Niger, and Nasarawa, represented tye Disco at the Nasarawa State House of Assembly on April 30th, 2024, following its summon by the assembly to address the pressing issues.



Some People Not Interested In Making Power Sector Work — Nigerian Govt

The Nigerian government said on Thursday that certain people are not interested in making the power sector function properly because they are only thinking about their interests.

Minister of Power, Adebayo Adelabu, said despite the numerous ministers who have served in the sector, the power industry still encounters obstacles.



FG Warns Saboteurs As Power Generation Rises To 4,800MW

The Federal Government says Nigeria’s electricity generation has risen to 4,800 megawatts up from around 3500 in March.

This is as the government accused some “cartels and cabals” as those who did not want the power sector to function because of their selfish business interests.



Government Requires $10 Billion Annually to Fix Power Sector in Nigeria –Minister

Nigeria’s Minister of Power, Adebayo Adelabu, has stated that the Federal Government needs $10 billion annually over the next ten years to revitalise the nation’s power sector and address the liquidity challenge.


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