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Thursday, September 10, 2015

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Drama As Power Failure Disrupts Senate Probe On Power
Abuja, Nigeria— The ongoing probe of the power sector from 1999 till date by the Senate ad hoc committee was characterized by drama and confusion yesterday, as the proceeding was disrupted by power failure eight times.

Yesterday's proceeding started at about 11:30a.m. and ended abruptly at 4p.m. due to about 15 minutes of power failure at intervals, for eight different times, from 2p.m. when the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Power, Ambassador Godknows Igali, was making a submission on behalf of the various electricity companies.

The situation forced operators from the power sector to make use of their phone light and video camera light to make presentation before the committee…

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