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FG seeks more investment from Poland, Others

The Federal Government has called on investors from Poland and other countries in Europe to take advantage of the reforms in the Nigerian economy by increasing their level of investments in the country.

The Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment, Aisha Abubakar, stated this when a delegation of Polish investors led by Senator Piotr Urushi visited her in Abuja. – Punch

We can’t disclose our allowances – Senate

The Chairman, Senate Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Senator Aliyu Abdullahi, has lamented the constant harassment of the Senate by Nigerians, adding that the upper legislative chamber cannot disclose its salaries and allowances.

Abdullahi said this during a live program on Channels Television titled, ‘Politics Today.’ The Senate spokesman also refused to state how much the lawmakers earned in salary and allowances. When asked to say how much he earned, Abdullahi said it was rude of the presenter to ask him how much each senator earned. – Punch

Poor electricity supply may persist as Discos reject 1000mw daily

 Over 8,391.06mw lost in eight days
It may take a longer time for the country to overcome its electricity supply challenges as the distribution companies (Discos) reject generated energy from power plants.

A review of the power sector load summary from 13th to 20th August, 2017 by The Guardian showed that an average of 1,000 megawatts (mw) is rejected daily by the Discos, even as electricity consumers continue to groan in darkness. Specifically, the 11 Discos collectively rejected 8, 391.06mw within eight days.

Experts say that the continuous electricity load rejection could worsen the epileptic power supply and cause more economic loss to the country. – Guardian

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