FG works to improve and deliver uninterrupted power supply to Nigerians: Minister


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The Minister of Energy, engineer Sale Mamman, said on Thursday that the federal government is working around the clock to improve the voltage of electricity and provide an uninterrupted power supply to Nigerians throughout the country.

Mamman stated this during the official commissioning of a new 150MVA power transformer at the Nigerian Transmission Company, Kumbotso Substation, Kano.

He said that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari was working assiduously to ensure that Nigerians enjoy an uninterrupted power supply aimed at boosting the nation’s economic growth.

Engineer Sale Mamman argued that the new installed 150MVA power transformer would improve power supply in Kano, Jigawa and other neighboring states.

The minister added that the Kumbotso substation was among the best substations supplying electricity in the country.

In his comments, Kano State Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje said that the installation of the new power transformer was timely and aimed at boosting business activities in the state.

Ganduje, represented by his Commissioner for Works and Transportation, Alhaji Garba Unguwar Rimi, praised the foresight of the federal government in investing in the electricity sector aimed at moving the nation forward.

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