29 December 2014, Lagos – The Nigeria Association of Chambers of Commerce Industry Mines and Power (NACCIMA), has urged the Federal Government to demonstrate the political will to implement its policy on alternative energy sources.
It said this is an important step for government to achiev stable power supply in the country to stimulate economic activities.
Its President, Alhaji Mohammed Badru Abubakar said in view of the critical role that power plays in the development of the national economy, government must work closely with the generating companies and distribution companies to achieve the desired energy requirement of the country. He said: “All stakeholders in the power sector should collaborate to improve on the current output, which hovers between 3,200megawatts (Mw) and 3,500Mw.”
– The Nation