On account of the absence and inadequacy of power to drive activities, economic watchers are daily painting a gloomy picture of the situation ahead, with the warning to our government to avert the imminent emergence of our country as the world capital of poverty.
The President, Nigerian Society of Engineers, Engr Adekunle Mokuolu warned during the 14th International Conference and Exhibition on Power and Telecommunications, ICEPT in Port Harcourt. According to Engr Adekunle Mokuolu, access to reliable power must be achieved because it is achievable. He said that Nigeria is richly endowed with all the energy resources.
He mentioned that meaningful action plan on our energy value chain is urgently required, for us to halt the pulling out of investments from our economy to other jurisdictions with stable power.
As part of Nigerian Society of Engineers’ contribution to driving tNigeria”s Infrastructure revolution, NSE developed the first and second editions of the Nigerian Infrastructure Report. The NSE president therefore called on all stakeholders to support the Federal Government in the achievement of its agenda in the sector.