Aug 9, 2022

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Power Generation Now 13,000 MW, It Was 2,500 MW Under Jonathan, Buhari’s Aide –

  • President’s spokesman Garba Shehu said that power generation in the country has improved under Buhari’s government
  • Shehu did so in an interview on Friday, Jan. January, while making a comparison between the current government and the previous government
  • He further noted that the current government has performed better in improving the country’s energy sector / strong>

Abuja – Garba Shehu, a spokesman for the president, said the Buhari government is generating strong electricity in the country improved.

He argued that although administration was limited by the local situation, the government was able to generate more than 13,000 megawatts of electricity.

Shehu made this claim during an interview on Friday December 7th while he was finding out ss the government too p. doubled electricity availability in the country, The Cable Reports.

Shehu also added that the government inherited a ruthless electricity privatization process carried out by the Goodluck Jonathan government, but that it was able to increase its output by 5,000 megawatts.

He said:

“The local situation prevented the government and the party from deliver so much more than we have. As we speak today, we’ve doubled the availability of electricity in the country. ”

From the horse’s mouth: Garba Shehu reveals surprising COVID-19 status

The presidential media advisor in a Facebook post on Wednesday December 29th announced that he has recovered from the infection.

Shehu stated that he is grateful to everyone who called, texted and prayed for him while he was suffering from the disease.

Buhari concerned about changes in 2022 by NASS

In another report dated Friday, December 31st, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the Act of Appropriation of 2022 in the Presidential Mansion.

However, the President expressed strong reservations about the ” Worrying Changes “made by the National Assembly to the 2022 Executive Budget proposal, a statement from its S prechers Garba Shehu, indicates.

President Buhari stated that while lawmakers reduced the incomes of the independents by N400 billion, they gave him no justification.