Tag: power supply

Why 113 million Nigerians Are Poor

Do you know that about 1% of Nigerians control more than 80% of the country’s wealth? In 2015, Nigeria is listed among the world’s fastest growing economy whereas more than 90% of the population considered themselves to be poor already in 2010 and the… Continue Reading “Why 113 million Nigerians Are Poor”

NEW ELECTRICITY BILLS: THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT AS A MURDEROUS MACHINE

By Adeola Aderounmu At various times I have described the Nigerian government with harsh terms. The situation remains the same. The government of Nigeria promised to give Nigerians constant electricity power by the end of 1986. Twenty-six years later Nigerians are still living in… Continue Reading “NEW ELECTRICITY BILLS: THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT AS A MURDEROUS MACHINE”

Nigeria 2009 BC?

By Adeola Aderounmu There is almost 100% complete darkness in Nigeria. The other day women in Abuja were rejoicing over the promise by NEPA that they will be supplied electricity from 7am to 10am daily. Almost every household in Nigeria now has 1, 2… Continue Reading “Nigeria 2009 BC?”

If NEPA goes on strike..!

By Adeola Aderounmu. The National Union of Electricity Employees (NUEE) has threatened to go on strike if Umaru made good his promise to declare a state of Emergency (SOE) in the power sector. Now, this is Nigeria at work. Unless my interpretation is wrong,… Continue Reading “If NEPA goes on strike..!”

MAY 29 2007-MAY 29 2008:Another Year Wasted!

Adeola Aderounmu. It’s been one full year since an illegitimate government was installed or enthroned in Nigeria. One can easily be deceived that Nigeria is ungovernable because of the divergence of people, opinions, cultures, attitudes and size of the country. But Nigeria is not… Continue Reading “MAY 29 2007-MAY 29 2008:Another Year Wasted!”

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