Coal: Nigeria Spends $12 Billion Per Year Fuelling Petrol Generators, Loses $29 Billion…

Nigeria has enough coal to give it stable electricity. But for reasons best described as political, the coal deposits aren’t exploited. As a result, the $400 billion economy spends $12 billion a year on fueling petrol generators. Read more in the link below:

11th Colloquium: Make Power Readily Available To Nigerians, Tinubu To FG

Jagaban Bola Tinubu.has charged the Federal Government to do more to make power readily available to Nigerians. He also asked that the practice of charging Nigerians exorbitantly for electricity not consumed be stopped. He said, “We must push to end the practice of billing people for electricity they never received. This practice is a vestigeContinue reading “11th Colloquium: Make Power Readily Available To Nigerians, Tinubu To FG”

Darkenss Continues In The Land, When There Is Coal Lying Unused

As I type this piece, I look out the window, and there is pitch darkness everywhere, and it is very sad, because this darkness is unnecessary. Why do I say it is unnecesary? Because if you ask the power ministry why we don’t have light, they will tell you that it is because they couldn’t get enough gasContinue reading “Darkenss Continues In The Land, When There Is Coal Lying Unused”