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Re: FG Seeks Private Funding To Close $2.5 Billion Electricity Gap by blacknp(m): 8:26pm On Oct 18
oz4real83:
Unfortunately, these 80m people without reliable electricity are still forced to pay estimated billing. They are forced to pay for darkness. They are forced to repair or replace electricity distribution equipment in their environments even when power distribution companies are private owned. They are arrested if they protest against injustices. Laws are made by the legislature to protect these power distribution companies instead of the people they represent. This is why #BuhariMustGo and #SarsMustgo
Who signed & implemented these useless electricity laws? Jonathan Goodluck, yet Buhari must go? Stop wasting your time, when Northerners say it is backdoor coup, how can you dispute when you promote ideologies like these?
Re: FG Seeks Private Funding To Close $2.5 Billion Electricity Gap by blacknp(m): 8:28pm On Oct 18
EyezofGod120:
angry we can't know the damage APC and buhari has done this country till 2023
It is Buhari and APC that did not make the Governor of your state perform for you?
Re: FG Seeks Private Funding To Close $2.5 Billion Electricity Gap by blacknp(m): 8:30pm On Oct 18
Dominion202:
Useless government
What happen to all the funds you have borrowed
They have looted every thing to the extent that we are into serious debt.
Always seeking for help from private sector
Useless people
Even we that have access to electricity is it stable?
For my area is 2days in a week yet they bring high bill every month.
God will punish PMB and his followers.
God should punish Buhari & his supporters for electricity infrastructure that Jonathan sold to his friends? I am sorry for you.
Re: FG Seeks Private Funding To Close $2.5 Billion Electricity Gap by sulaak(m): 9:02pm On Oct 18
Homeboiy:
Something that Atiku would have given family and friends

You think Buhari is not doing the same.

Buhari has spent 6 years in government how far with the German Roadmap (Plan) that was scheduled during his 2019 campaign. The Egyptian implemented 15GW in less than 27 months.
Re: FG Seeks Private Funding To Close $2.5 Billion Electricity Gap by oz4real83(m): 9:32pm On Oct 18
blacknp:
Who signed & implemented these useless electricity laws? Jonathan Goodluck, yet Buhari must go? Stop wasting your time, when Northerners say it is backdoor coup, how can you dispute when you promote ideologies like these?
this isn't about politics. If Good luck Jonathan was the one in power, it would have been #GoodluckJonathanMustGo. President Buhari has power to upturn many wrong policies that were signed by Gej but he chose otherwise. Up to now, there are still no prepaid meters. The Buhari govt is even making laws to protect the evil policies signed by Gej. This is more than PDP or APC and their affiliates , we want a better country for our future. PDP and APC have failed us. I expected the PMB govt to remove power from exclusive list so that state govts can generate, transmit and distribute power to their people but Buhari still continued with and even increased all the evil policies he met on ground when he came in.

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