Engr. Aliyu Inaugurates Ministerial Working Group For Stable, Affordable Power Supply

Minister of Power, Aliyu Abubakar.

The Minister of Power, Engr. Abubakar Aliyu has inaugurated a Ministerial Power Sector Working Group (MPSWG), as a top management tool to coordinate, monitor and evaluate activities in the Nigeria Electricity Supply Industry (NESI).

This was in furtherance of an effort to ensure stable and affordable electricity supply in Nigeria.

The Minister, who chairs the Group stated that the Ministry and top Institutional Stakeholders meeting is to support one another, to achieve a common goal in the sector, which is to give Nigerians a stable and affordable power supply.

He stated this recently while inaugurating the Group at the Conference Room of the Federal Ministry of Power, Maitama, Abuja.

Aliyu, however said that his Administration in the Power Sector is working towards actualizing the mandate, to make sure everyone is up and doing, and work hard to solve problems of epileptic electricity supply.

He further stated that the Ministerial Working Group is expected to meet twice a month to strategize and discuss way forward on how to carry out the activities and programme of the Ministry, and relating to stakeholders and the public(s).

A statement by the Ministry quoted the Minister to have also charged the Ministerial Working Group to work assiduously in other to achieve reliable and stable electricity, more than any other country.

The members of MPSWG include the five (5) Directors from the Technical Departments of the ministry-Transmission Services, Distribution Services, Renewable and Rural Access, Energy Services and Investment Sector, and top institutional stakeholders, comprising all the Chief executive of the Agencies under the Minidtry, with the secretariat headed by Dr. Mahmud Suleiman.

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