Power

We know that, to succeed, moral integrity and conscience must continue to form the dominant character of our nation and its leadership.

TWe are committed to deepening the work we started this first term such that the nation’s assets and resources continue to be organised and utilised to do good for the common man.

The next four years will be quite significant for our country. Nigeria is faced with a choice to keep building a new Nigeria- making a break from its tainted past which favoured an opportunistic few.


A minimum of 1,000 MW new Generation incremental Power capacity per annum on the Grid to bring to a total of a minimum of 11,000 MW.

  • Distribution to get to 7,000 MW under Distribution Expansion programme

  • Energising Education- 9 Universities will have uninterrupted power next when we complete the First Phase of 37
  • Energising Economies- Next level moves from 16 markets such as Sura, Ariaria to lighting up 300 markets and clusters with clean, uninterrupted off-grid power

  • Execute the Nigeria Electrification Project (NEP), a $550 million Rural Electrification Programme, supported by the World Bank/AfDB to create a pipeline of private local investments and financial incentives to catalyze the Nigerian off grid market for standalone solar solutions.