The Federal Government is committed to the full implementation of the Power Sector Recovery Programme (PSRP), as a means of solving the seemingly intractable problems in the nation’s power sector, Minister of Power, Works & Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola SAN has said.

The Hon. Minister Of Power, Works & Housing, HE Babtunde Raji Fashola SAN discussing about the FG commitment to the Power Sector Recovery Programme, accompanied by (L-R) Minister of State 1(Power), Hon. Mustapha Baba Shehuri & Commisioner Consumer Affairs, NERC, Dr. Moses A. Arigu.

The Honourable Minister made the commitment on Wednesday 31st, January 2018 at our one-day workshop organised for the Civil Society by the Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, assuring that the commitment could not be doubted because it was encapsulated in the Government’s Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) where power forms one of the five major pillars.

The Federal Government says that the implementation of the Power Sector Recovery Programme (PSRP) will guarantee a minimum baseline energy supply of 4,500 megawatts of electricity as of 2018.
A document from the PSRP coordinators in Abuja indicated that the program would also prioritize operational and technical interventions to ensure the stability of the national network.


The World Bank Group is set to consider its planned expenditure on projects it had identified to fund in the transmission expansion and upgrade plan of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), the interim head of TCN, Mr. Usman Mohammed has disclosed.

Mohammed stated recently in Abuja that in addition, the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Agence Française de Développement (AFD), which have interests in funding the TCN’s expansion and upgrade programme would meet to finalize their decisions by the middle of 2018. He made these disclosures when a 20-year…

Power Sector Recovery Programme

The official Medium account of the Power Sector Recovery Programme, an initiative of the Federal Government of Nigeria.

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