Daily Archives: April 6, 2017


Nationwide Blackout looms Over 3 month Debt owed to GenCos by NBET

Nationwide Blackout looms Over 3 month Debt owed to GenCos by NBET

Electricity Generation Companies (GenCos) have not been paid for their services by the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trader (NBET) in the last three months. A source in the power sector said at the weekend, that the situation of unsettled invoices would spell doom for the economy as operators were already considering shutting down their plants across 


Renewable Energy: Environmental Activists applaud VRA for move to Wind Power

Environmental activists are applauding the Volta River Authority’s decision to build a wind power plant to help Ghana’s power generation. The Volta River Authority (VRA) plans to construct a 150-Megawatt wind power plant to supplement power generation in Ghana. The project, the first of its kind, is part of the VRA’s Renewable Development Programme and


KEDCO Launches Installation of 15,000 more Meters

The Kano Electricity Distribution Company (KEDCO) has launched the installation of 15,000 meters more for customers under its distribution zones. This exercise marks the second phase of the company’s free-meter deployment exercise in the state. This is coming after the first phase of the metering, which was launched in June last year with 15, 000 meters


Delta Govt Intervenes in Poor Power Sector with N1bn

The Delta state government said on Wednesday that it has intervened in the continued poor power sector across the state with the sum of N1billion. As part of the measures to improve power supply, the state government, through the Commissioner for Energy, Barr. Newworld Safugha, confirmed to journalists in Asaba that the money was spent


Living With Death in Nigeria

My pastor, Evaristus Azodoh is a retired army colonel and a medical doctor; in fact, one of Nigeria’s foremost consultant urologists. His experience and exposure, quite naturally, reflect in his exhortations. So, when last Sunday morning, he asked us at the Workers Meeting to pray what he prefaced as a “medical heresy” but spiritually important

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