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Just on Tuesday in Abuja, the minister of power signed three reputable power supplying private company to help boost the power supply in Nigeria. The country seriously needs the boost. The Operator which include Solius NGPC, Peoples Home Association and the Solar Force of Nigeria Limited are to generate about 1700 megawatts (MW) of electricity in the country.

The minister  for power in Nigeria Prof. Chinedu Nebo assured the investors of government’s commitment to improve power supply to Nigerians, especially in the rural areas. The Minister also assured prospective investors of the administration’s support and encouragement.

This is no the first time Nigerian have been promised power supply. Will this be for real? Are they using it as another strategy in the forth coming election?

With much hope we are believing that this is going to be true.

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