BY OLUSOLA BELLO President Muhammadu Buhari was last Wednesday forced to offer what many analysts considered a needless apology when

Power generation companies on Monday petitioned the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, the presidency and other relevant

Power generation companies (Gencos) in Nigeria have signified their intention to declare force majeure on their operations, saying

Electricity Generation Companies (GenCos), comprising gas-fired and hydro stations, said they released an average of 3,633 megawatts

Electricity generation in the country fell below 2,500 megawatts on Saturday amid low load demand by the distribution companies. Total

The electricity generation companies, GENCOs, say they are optimistic the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement

By Abdulrafiu Edidi Nigeria’s electricity distribution companies say increased energy theft and customers refusal to pay are hobbling

The World Bank has ranked Nigeria as the second largest country in the world after India and the first in Sub-Saharan Africa with more

Babatunde Fashola, Nigeria’s minister of power, works, and housing, said Monday that the country has secured the World Bank

Power generation companies in Nigeria, popularly known as GenCos, have sued Nigeria’s central government at a federal court in