FG instruct Governors to immediately eliminate Right of Way (RoW) boundaries


Vice President Yemi Osibanjo

The Federal Government has instructor State Governors to eliminate Right of Way (RoW) boundaries to quick track the extension and fortify the public network.

As indicated by the assertion, which was presented to newsway a portion of the new disturbances to electric power supply in the nation could be stayed away from.

This was unveiled by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo through a proclamation gave by the Office of the Vice President on Friday after presiding at the National Economic Council (NEC) meeting.

“This was one of the consultations of the National Economic Council (NEC) meeting which held yesterday, where the Council was advised on the present status of force age in the country by the Minister of Power, Engr. Abubakar Aliyu.”

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He expressed, “The Federal Government needs impacted States to eliminate Right of Way hindrances to quick track the development and fortifying of the National power matrix. Along these lines, a portion of the new interruptions to electric power supply in the nation could be stayed away from.

What the Minister of Power is talking about

“A large portion of these ventures were postponed in view of holes in the execution of the Right of Way goals that State Governments are answerable for and there are at present 32 activities across different States slowed down or that have been not able to start post-endorsement. The activities represent a speculation of $137 million that the Nigerian public can’t understand esteem from because of these obstinate issues.”

Aliyu said, “There is need for pressing consideration on the issue of State Government’s endorsement on the Right of Way (ROW), which has hampered billions of Naira worth transmission projects that are intended to reinforce and grow the network for better stockpile of power in the country.


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