Senate tackles inconsistencies in power projects (Tribune)

Senate tackles inconsistencies in power projects (Tribune)

The Senate Joint Committee on Gas, Power, Steel Development and Metallurgy held an investigative hearing on the fate of the troubled Kaduna power plant. Group Politics Editor, Taiwo Adisa, who covered the proceedings, reports the revelations. The Senate, on November 8, took two key motions on the power sector. The chamber after extensively debating the motions mandated its committees including the Public Accounts, Power, Steel Development and Metallurgy as well as Gad development to dig into the perceived anomalies said to be rearing their heads in the Power sector. The senate mandated its committees to examine the Afam Fast power project, said to cost $350 million and a number of other power projects whose completion dates kept shifting like the sea shore. Read more

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