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Do You Think Nigeria Can Experience Uninterrupted Power Supply?

As we all know that the power sector in Nigeria is as good as dead; and the senate has decided to give Nigerians some piece of hope be probing them.

But the issue here is why is it that the law-abiding citizens of this country grope in the dark, patiently waiting for the day when there would be light, the leaders are busy fraudulently getting enriched and seem to turn a deaf ear on the cry of the masses. It is now evident that all the promise of "Light for all by 2010" is a laughable objective.

Even the common man in this county has no hope of securing a small scale business because after looking at the kind of budget he would make, adding the price of diesel to that budget would make him lose hope.

Question is can Nigeria ever have uninterrupted power supply?

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Where there is a will there is a way.

If private sector participation is encouraged and supported.

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Hmm with the way darkness is i don't think it would be possible for us to experience uninterrupted power supply

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Yes there is still corruption.

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Yes , Nigeria can experience uninterrupted power supply. It is currently experiencing it in my dreams.

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Are u still talking about curruption in Naija, haba! It is still what we are battle with, everyboby in this country is currupt in one way or the other. In my area at Nnewi 4 2week now we have being in darkness. Please give me a break 4 naija.

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If the Government cared, then there definitely would be uninterrupted power supply.

There is still corruption inherent in the Government.

That is the issue.

The resources and brains are in the country, we just need a government that cares.

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Nigeria can wetness uninterrupted power supply if Mr president is ready to safe us from this

First award the contract to the company that as done such work in another country with a pass mark, and let him realised that any disappointment after paying them all what they require may lead them to something hells, and all airs should be on them, and there most be a specific date quoted by that particular contractor to finish the job, and if he fail to do it then we should make sure he face the consequence

The reason why all the past administration effort is not yielding is that they award the contract as Paddy Paddy contract

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I don't think Nigeria can experience uninterrupted power supply not in a million years.

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I think industries like power supply should be privatised as it is glaringly obvious, in this day and age, that the Nigerian government are highly incapable.

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Where there is money, there is a way

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