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Stable power not feasible until 2017, says Pres. Goodluck Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan indicated yesterday that the country’s mission for stable light may not be met by the administration until following two or more years .

As per him, the interface between the national government and the private area on full privatization of the vitality part to make relentless power supply attainable in the nation, would ideally be finished in two years period.

The president who dropped the indication while introducing the 750 Mega Watts Olorunsogo Power Plant Phase II, Papalanto, Ogun State, said that his organization had spent about US$8. 26 Billion in the offer to support the national power era limit by more than 4, 700MGW.

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  1. Oge Onyekashi

    This man is confused and just another liar like Obama..


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