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Nigeria: Crazy Estimated Electricity Bills Unavoidable—Says Kaduna Distribution Co.

By Joseph Edegbo : Against the hues and cry by electricity consumers, the Management of Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company, has said that the bllings cannot be avoided in the operations. It explained that the billing could either be plus or minus of 5% error which arises from the upward review of unit cost. At an […]

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South Africa: Minister Gordhan Accepts Lamberti Resignation

  Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says has accepted the resignation of Eskom board member Mark Lamberti. “His resignation was duly accepted,” said the Minister in a statement on Saturday. Mr. Lamberti resigned as a Director from the Eskom board on Friday evening, citing the High Court judgement of 23 March 2018 in the matter […]

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Voluntary Principles Initiative Delegation (VPI) Arrives Nigeria

  Kaduna (Nigeria) – A delegation of the Steering Committee of the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights Initiative (VPI) led by the current Chair, Mr. Ronald Roosdorp of the Netherlands Government will arrive in Nigeria Sunday, on a five-day working visit. Other members of the delegation would be representatives from governments, companies, and […]

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Nigeria: Kaduna Communities Reject N48bn Vicampro Potatoes Farm, Quaint Solar Projects

By Amos Tauna Kaduna (Nigeria) – Owners of the 1,000 hectares of land allocated to Vicampro Farms Ltd, to grow and process potatoes and to Access Quaint Energy to produce 50 Megawatt of Solar energy have kicked against the projects. The projects are located on the defunct “Manchok Ranch” in Kaura local government area of […]

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Local Content: Gulping Billions Of Dollars With Unfeasible Results In Oil And Gas Sector Of Nigeria

In this report, Odimegwu Onwumere unearths that the utilisation of the local content in the oil and gas sector is still a tall dream since the Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act was enacted in 2010; and $380b dollars or more have been lost in 50 years in the industry, upon the billions […]

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Nigeria: Parts Of Lagos To Experience 8 Days Power Outage

  By Iliya Kure Lagos (Nigeria) — Some parts of Lagos, southwest Nigeria, will experience interruption of power supply beginning Friday, this will last a week time. A statement by Head, Corporate Communications, of Ikeja Electric Plc, Felix Ofulue, says, the outage is to enable the company carry out rehabilitation of Maryland Injection Substation, as […]

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Supporting Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Ghana Converts Research Reactor from HEU To LEU Fuel

Ghana has successfully completed the conversion of its only research reactor from the use of high enriched uranium (HEU) fuel to low enriched uranium (LEU) fuel, in an international project supported by the IAEA to help decrease the proliferation risks associated with HEU fuel. HEU is an ingredient that can be used to create a […]

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Nigerian Senator Criticizes El-Rufai’s Plan To Build New Refinery, Says It Is A Misplaced Priority

By Longtong Ibrahim The Senator representing Kaduna central in northwestern Nigeria, Comrade Shehu Sani, has condemned plans by the Kaduna state governor, Nair El-rufai to develop a new Kaduna refinery, saying, it is a misplaced priority. The Kaduna State government had recently in its delegation’s visit to China led by Governor El-Rufai, signed a Memoranda […]

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