Opinion

Fashola, Power and Realistic Expectations, By Ikeogu Oke

And I believe Fashola’s success as Minister or Power would be most recognisable if he gives priority attention to growing the country’s power generation commensurately with its transmission and distribution capacities so as to increase and stabilise the quantum of power available to Nigerians. Though appropriate, the word “novel” arguably…
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Opinion

Electricity Tariff: Interrogating The Scope Of the Senate’s Oversight Responsibility, By Bolaji Niniowo

The settled position of law is that if the parliament believes that an agency of government is in default of its statutory mandate, the parliament could pass a law to overrule such agency or to narrow the agency’s jurisdiction. Legislative power of appropriation could also be used to restrict the…
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