I can solve Nigeria’s electricity problem in 3 years. – @OgbeniAyotunde
@TundeFashola the constant blackouts in Nigeria is the biggest danger to public health in the country.
I have gotten used to living with daily blackouts in Nigeria. I have also gotten used to the fact that we will continue living with daily blackouts in 30 years. @OgbeniAyotunde
Students from Afopet Group of Schools and Irepodun High School in Erin Oke, via Ilesa Osun State Nigeria on a field trip to Alexander Churi Energy (ACE) facility in Erin Oke, via Ilesa Osun State Nigeria.
With your support in donations ACE can continue our initiative of educating students from schools across the country in the renewable energy industry. Your contribution goes towards educational support materials, teaching and laboratory aids, transportation, feeding, and a full time student liaison.
“ACE actively educates students from across Nigeria in renewable energy technology as we believe this is the future in terms of career and employment for the youths of Africa. It solves the problem of a clean environment, electricity generated from renewable sources”
Prince Leke Oyinlola
CEO ACE Ltd
Muhammadu Buhari leads President Goodluck Jonathan 7points in a random sampling poll of likely voters taken by Juju Films and projected to win the February 14, 2015 Nigerian Presidential election. Top reasons given for President Goodluck Jonathan’s weak showing include his inability to tackle Boko Haram and provide security in the country, the economy, corruption, continued electricity problems and a President who has lost touch with the average Nigerian.
This is my caged balcony in Nigeria. This is noise broadcasts day in and night out a few hundred yards from my bedroom. My neighbor rigged her industrial model generator with a 10 gallon diesel tank so it runs for hours.
The history of electricity development in Nigeria can be traced back to the end of the 19th century when the first generating power plant was installed in the city of Lagos in 1898. From then until 1950, the pattern of electricity development was in the form of individual electricity power undertaking scattered all over the towns. Some of the few undertaking were Federal Government bodies under the Public Works Dept, some by the Native Authorities and others by the Municipal Authorities.
In 116years NEPA tops the list as one of the most corrupt governmental agencies in Nigeria. NEPA has been privatized by the current ruling party, meaning the greed politicians are now using their also greed corporate friends as proxies to continue the corruption.
Most Nigerians buy the transformers, electric wires and poles used in transmitting electricity from NEPA, they also bribe/pay NEPA employees for installation so how can the Nigerian government privatize what they don’t own.