“We Have Adequate Gas To Generate Electricity,” Tinubu Promises Regular Power Supply if Elected as President

by Opeyemi Alimi
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All Progressives Congress (APC) National Leader and Presidential Aspirant, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has promised a regular power supply if he’s being allowed to rule as the Nigerian president.

Tinubu said this while addressing people during the APC South-West youths rally held, on Saturday, at Mobolaji Johnson Stadium.

Recall that Tinubu, following his meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari, in January, had declared his intention to run for the 2023 presidency.

The presidential aspirant noted that it will be hard for a nation to develop rapidly if there is no adequate electricity supply, adding that it is at that time Nigeria has to stop giving excuses for failure to generate sufficient power.

Former Lagos State Governor stressed that Nigeria is endowed with sufficient gas resources that can be used to generate electricity and even export the excess to European countries.

In his words:

“We cannot continue with excuses on NEPA failure. No! No nation can make rapid development without electricity.”

“Nigeria — it is about time. We have enough gas to fire up our electricity. We can supply the rest of Europe with gas, and we can make money from it.”

Tinubu argued that Nigerian youths cannot be considered lazy if they do not have access to sufficient electricity, adding that youths can not yet be abused until they are being given an adequate power supply and failed to be successful.

“Give us that, and if we cannot be successful, you can abuse us. You cannot give us erratic electricity that is undependable and then blame us again that we are lazy. No! He added.

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