The Federal Government has reaffirmed its commitment to and willingness to expand private-sector engagement as the only realistic way to meet Nigeria’s energy needs.
Abubakar Aliyu, the Minister of Power, announced this on Tuesday during the 9th Nigeria Energy Conference in Lagos.Information Guide Nigeria
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The minister, represented by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Power, Temitope Fashedemi, harped on the need for the power sector to increase its access to energy through deeper collaborations with the private sector while delivering the opening address at the conference themed “Affordable, Reliable, and Sustainable Energy through Collaboration.”JAMB Result
“Access to energy enhances the socio-economic development of human existence. Hence, Nigeria’s economic prosperity requires a higher energy capacity than what we currently have. Our unmet energy needs are huge and will increase due to factors such as rising population, urbanisation, and others. Consequently, enabling policy, targeted infrastructural development, innovative financing options, and investments in Ene technologies are key.
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