The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN has stated that power generation in Nigeria increased by 100 per cent within a space of three years.
Fashola disclosed this while playing host to members of the Federation of Construction Industry in his office on Monday in Abuja, specifically stating that power generation increased from 4,000 megawatts in 2015 to 8,000MW in 2018, adding further that Nigerians now spends less on fuelling of generators and plants as a result of frequent and improved electricity supply nationwide.
The Minister further added that Nigerians now spends less on fuelling of generators and plants as a result of frequent and improved electricity supply nationwide, just as he reiterated the Federal Government’s commitment to renewing and expanding the Nigerian economy through the provision of critical infrastructure across the country
FASHOLA AT THE WORLD FM DAY POLICY DIALOGUE ON THE THEME TACKLING THE POOR MAINTENANCE CULTURE IN NIGERIA
Representative of the Vice President Hon Minister of Power Works Housing Mr Babatunde FasholaSAN left andCommercial Counselor United States Mission to Nigeria United States Consulate General Mr Brent Omdahlright shortly after theWorld FM DayPolicy Dialogueon the theme Tackling the Poor Maintenance Culture in Nigeria hosted by Klinserve Solutions Limited at the Agip Recital Hall Muson Centre Onikan Lagos on Tuesday 15th 2018
FASHOLA HASSAN BELLO AT THE 22ND POWER SECTOR OPERATORS MEETING IN GEREGU KOGI STATE
Hon Minister of PowerWorks Housing Mr Babatunde FasholaSAN2nd right Minister of State SurvSuleiman Zarma Hassan2nd left Permanent Secretary Power Louis Edozeinleft and Governor of Kogi State Mr Yahya Bellorightduring the 22ndMonthly Meeting with Power Sector Operatorshosted bytheKogi State Government and Geregu Power Plc at the Geregu Power 1 Plc ItobeAjaokuta Expressway Ajaokuta Kogi Stateon Monday 11th December 2017