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Gas Supply, Electricity Billing Stalls Nigeria Power Sector, Two Years After Privatization

Gas Supply, Electricity Billing Stalls Nigeria Power Sector, Two Years After Privatization

Two years into the privatisation of the power sector, electricity supply in the country continues to hover between 3,500 megawatts and 4,500 megawatts, as was the case before the unbundling of the defunct government-owned Power Holding Company of Nigeria. The nation’s power sector, which was largely handed over to private investors on November 1, 2013, is

The Nigerian Constitution, States and Electricity Regulation (closing)

As had been previously mooted, a key feature of Federalism is the constitutional division of State powers; particularly where a country runs a constitutional democracy. In Nigeria, specifically, the Constitution is supreme and any law which is inconsistent with same is to the extent of its inconsistency; null and void. Therefore, law making and the

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