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Responses for “Nation’s power sector caught in web of lies, deceits and sabotage”

Eziokwu says:
March 2, 2010 at 8:45 pm The activities of these multinational oil companies towards the supply of gas are so damaging to the Nigerian economy and its citizens, why could the Federal Government sit back and watch these international oil companies thwart /frustrate their power supply target for its citizenry, and this has been the problem hindering the actualization of this power supply problem in this country, no nation will tolerate this if not in Nigeria, back to their country’s of origin they have uninterrupted power supplies, why should they frustrate Nigerians and the Federal government, The Minister of Petroleum, Dr, Rilwanu Lukman, and The Minister of Power, Dr. Lanre Babalola have lots of question to answer? Nigerians has found that they are quite unfit to address the issue of resolving the power supply problem by allowing the International oil companies to frustrate the long cry of power supply by all Nigerians. |

Imagine the Minister of power directing the PHCN to come up with a plan that could be implemented immediately on the alternative source of fuel such as Low Pour Fuel Oil (LPFO) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) to drive the power stations that are currently idle, instead of ordering them on what they should do as a superior officer working under him, this shows that they are incapable to their duties and unqualified.

The Ag. President should wake up to make sure these class of men does not frustrate his plans to give Nigerians electricity by keeping a watch on them and monitoring every taken decision to realize his plans.
God be with you the Ag. President.

Dr.Okoli says:
Please this article is too long. I don’t even have charge in my laptop to finish it. All we need is power not an epistle chronicling the power mess…we are tired of reading bad news every day

March 2, 2010 at 7:55 pm
Developmental needs of the Niger Delta region should be tailored towards the felt-needs of the individual communities concerned and the people shall be part of the decision  making process of determining what these felt-needs are.


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