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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | 4 Months

Four months after commencement of data collection on power distribution, has there been a sustained enhancement in the energy sector?

The graphs say NO!

More ought to be done, especially on transformer maintenance.

The good news for consumers is Babatunde Raji Fashola, the Energy Minister, has reassured Nigerians there will be no increase in electricity tariffs for the next ten years.

The clarification needed is:

Is this a nationwide plan, i.e. will private consumers benefit from this no new tariff plan?

We eagerly hope so.

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