He said: “The parliamentarians who enacted the laws guiding the 2005 power sector reforms deserve some commendations. However, there is need for improvement because anything done by men and women is not perfect. Whenever there is a rethink on legislations on any issue, the people, who elected the parliamentarians, must come in. This is the time, in which people, must speak to their representatives on laws that require some amendments or modifications. This is what lobbying is all about.
A mother of four, Mrs. Onyeka Anene, was on Wednesday electrocuted in Ogwashi-Uku, Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State. This came just shortly after the community was reconnected to the national grid by […]
photo credit: The Nation Residents of Ikotun and Igando communities in Lagos have lamented over the theft of their transformers’ cables. The residents are pleading with the government to come to their aid. Unknown persons […]
The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, said that repair works on a vandalised transmission tower since that day would cause a loss of 300mw from the Okpai power station in Delta State. […]