Darkness a Way of Life for Nigeria's Rural Communities
Despite the government acquiring World Bank loans and various other investment initiatives, over 90 million Nigerians still live in the dark, according to Deutsche Welle.
The government has secured a U.S.$200 million loan from the African Development Bank to fund electricity projects in the country. The loan will support rural electrification ... Read more »
Multilateral donor agencies have raised U.S.$1.57 billion for the Transmission Company of Nigeria to expand the country's electricity grid to 20,000 megawatts in the next four ... Read more »
The World Bank has approved a U.S.$486 million loan for the rehabilitation and upgrading of the country's electricity transmission substations and lines. Read more »