Fashola spoke on Thursday at a forum organised by members of a civil society organisation in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.
While giving account of his term in office, he said one year was a short time for government to deliver on all its campaign promises. According to him, out of the 26 power plants built to generate electricity across the country, 23 depend on gas, lamenting that the activities of vandals in the southern region had made it impossible to power those plants.
However, some members of the civil society groups in the audience expressed displeasure with the Minister’s reason for the present condition of electricity supply in the country.
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