Opinion

Solve Electricity; Solve Nigeria’s Primary Economic Issue, By Belije Madu

The government of President Muhammadu Buhari, can start the process of solving Nigeria’s problem, by first solving Nigeria’s electricity problem. We look forward to the day Nigeria’s electricity problem will be solved, so that our journey into sustainable economic prosperity can really commence. The creation story of old sets the…
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Opinion

Did Minister Babatunde Fashola Get It Wrong?, By Simbo Olorunfemi

We cannot, for the sake of some agreement and a rigid reading of the law, continue to short-change ourselves by not removing the hurdles in the way of off-grid solutions that will enable independent power plants set up, based on potential demand, to generate and distribute directly to customers without…
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Opinion

#EvenItUp: Developing Alternate Electricity Models – An Equalising Bridge Between the Rich and the Poor, By Ngozi Ifeoma Malo

Electricity is ONE of the main ways the inequality gap can be addressed. It is a major way to ensure that we do not leave a huge population of the country behind and expect peaceful co-existence. It is therefore time to not just make it a priority, but to make…
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Guest Columns

Democratising electricity regulation for Nigerian consumers, By Sam Amadi

One of the observable gaps in the current electricity market in Nigeria is the absence of knowledgeable, credible, and broad-based advocacy for electricity consumers. This is not to say there are no geographical or occupational clusters of electricity consumers, or even non-governmental organisations advocating for their own interests or the…
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