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DISCOs, NERC Speak On Increasing Electricity Tariff In The New Year

Electricity distribution companies in the country have denied reports about plans to increase electricity tariffs beginning from January 1 2024. The denial follows some earlier reports which claimed the distribution companies (DISCOs) had concluded plans to hike electricity tariffs beginning from the first day of...

‘Tough Times Won’t Last’ — Tinubu Defends Tough Decisions, Promises Progress In New Year Message to Nigerians

President Bola Tinubu, in his nationwide address on Monday, defended the challenging decisions he has made since taking office on May 29, 2023, declaring them essential for Nigeria’s long-term well-being. Tinubu acknowledged Nigerians’ concerns about rising inflation, unemployment and other hardships, saying his administration’s “difficult...

Stop Torturing Us, Pay December Salaries, 3-Month Wage Award Arrears — Civil Servants Beg Tinubu

As the world celebrates Christmas on Monday, some Nigerian civil servants have urged the Federal Government to pay arrears of the N35,000 wage award it promised workers. The civil servants, who spoke to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in separate interviews, also advised the...

I’m Aware Of Hardship Caused By Ongoing Reforms — Tinubu Says In Christmas Message, Promises More Palliatives

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu delivered a Christmas message to the nation on Sunday, urging Nigerians to reflect on the meaning of Christmas and come together during this season despite challenges they may be facing. Tinubu said, “Christmas is a special time of the year for...

Federal Govt lists Tinubu’s achievements in 2023

Excerpts of a speech by the Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris, at the 2023 end of year World Press Conference in Abuja on Thursday. He highlighted the achievements of the Tinubu Administration across key sectors, since assumption of office on May 29,...

World Bank releases another $750m to Nigeria for electricity projects

The World Bank’s fund for poor countries plans to provide a credit of $750 million for clean energy projects in Nigeria. The fund was released to increase electricity in Africa’s most populous nation, the International Development Association disclosed, as Reuters reported on Friday. The World Bank said that...