Nigeria to supply Togo 70MW of electricity when we are still struggling with power stability
By Infonest | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 0 views
The Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC) has made it known that they have entered a deal with the Republic of Togo to supply them 70 mega Watts of electricity. This was made known by Engr. Kassim Abdullahi who is the executive director of power generation in the company. The Executive Director said that the power will be generated from the Calabar Power Station.
Although this will bring revenue to the country, but just like the Bible said, remove the plank that is in your eye, so that you can see clearly the speck that is in another man's eye. One of the major issues in this country is the epileptic power supply that has been plaguing this country. How can we be having this kind of problem that we are finding difficult to solve and still have 70MW to spare? This issue should be well looked into by our leaders so that Nigeria will not be fulfilling what was written in Songs of Solomon, "other's vineyard I have kept, but mine I have not kept".
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