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23 September 2021THE PAYG Business Leader for Nigeria at Greenlight Planet, Omoyemi Tuga, has stressed the importance of greenlight solar-powered electricity in Nigeria.Tuga, in a statement on Wednesday, said it was unfortunate that Nigeria was home to the largest off-grid and under-electrified population in Africa.
He said, “The government estimates indicate 70 million Nigerians live entirely off the grid or lack reliable access to energy at home, though sources suggest this number to be upwards of 100 million.“Given that most Nigerian households and businesses face severe power cuts, the potential customer profile of an off-grid solar-powered system ranges from the rural, lower-income consumer to a salaried professional living in urban Nigeria.Read more: The Punch Newspapers »
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2023: Southern group slams NEF, says 'Nigeria not for North alone' - Punch Newspapers2023: Southern group slams NEF, says 'Nigeria not for North alone' Who no know say na mumu him be I think the MSM either quoted Ahmed Baba out of context or misunderstood him on his keynote address on southern and middle belt alliance to produce Nigeria’s next president. Here’s his take on the Buhari led administration as seen today on Arise TV Good let the negotiation and debate between the north and south begin for a better eventual agreement to shame the disunity media and group who try to create ethnic tension between the north and the south .
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2023: Jega, Utomi float Rescue Nigeria Project - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria Search and Rescue Nigeria Project...another party looming. Third force loading..... lol. Power Rangers.
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Jega, Utomi float Rescue Nigeria Project - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria Jega put us where we are today. Jega is wailing because Buhari is giving the same long spoon with Tinubu. What they did to Jonathan made him not to trust them. I think Jega can be trusted from the northern pack
Viable alternatives to Nigeria’s perpetual borrowings - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria Adesina said Buhari is teaching other world leaders global economics epslly those he keeps borrowing from abeg I want see the lecture video