Nigeria's Off-Grid Energy Plan Gets U.S.$200 Million AfDB Boost

The African Development Bank is to invest U.S.$200 million through the Rural Electrification Agency to boost power supply in Nigeria and will enable eight universities and 20,000 micro, small and medium enterprises to gain access to reliable sources of energy.

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