Chimamanda Adichie expresses concern over Nigeria’s electricity challenges
RENOWNED Nigerian Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has shown concern over the continuous electricity challenges in the country in spite of the agreement reached between the Federal Government and German Technological Company, Siemens.
“It’s two years later and nothing has happened. So I wanted to know if you knew about it, of course not holding you responsible for Siemens, but we were told that the German government had made this happen. So I’m just wondering why we don’t have improved electricity,” she told Merkel. jamb results
“There are several reasons. One of the reasons is that there were problems to do with funding,” Markle said.
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She promised to contact the company to know why the problem have not been yet solved.
“I’ll make a point of going back to asking Siemens what happened. You will get your answer,” she said.
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