Nigerian govt to invest $200M on power distribution

May 15, 2018
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Posted by Ken Wallingford

The government of Nigeria has said it is prepared to send out almost U.S. $200 million to electric distribution companies in order to boost power supply across the country.

Nigeria’s Minister of state, Power made the announcement at the commissioning of a 30 MVA, 132/33 kV transformer at a substation in Gombe.

The upgrade to the Gombe substation will see an improvement in power generation for consumers within the Jos Distribution Company network.

Source: All Africa

Photo: TCN

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