Nigerian President Forced to Cancel Energy Deal?
A presidential source has claimed that President Goodluck Jonathan was convinced to preserve the three-year management Manitoba contract by the Canadian government.
Leadership, 20 November 2012
Pressure from the international community, especially the Canadian government, as well as from preferred bidders for the electricity generation companies forced the presidency to… Read more »
Electricity in Nigeria
This Day, 20 November 2012
Details as to how President Goodluck Jonathan prevented Nigeria's power sector reform programme from collapsing have emerged, following a memo which was submitted to him by the… Read more »
Nigeria: Obasanjo Faults Jonathan On Odi
Vanguard, 20 November 2012
The alleged strained relationship between President Goodluck Jonathan and his one time benefactor, former President Olusegun Obasanjo was further stretched, yesterday, after… Read more »
In a bid to prove that Manitoba's contract has not been revoked, President Goodluck Jonathan has declared that the contract has not been terminated. Read more »
President Goodluck Jonathan has cancelled a contract awarded to a Canadian firm to run the Transmission Company of Nigeria - an entity earmarked for a critical role in the power ... Read more »