Fashola Denies Promising Nigerians Stable Power Supply

Former Governor of Lagos state now Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN, has denied promising Nigerians a stable power supply in six months if given a chance to serve.
The Minister of Power cleared his name on the rumour while speaking during a programme on the Nigerian Television Authority, NTA, on Tuesday.

Fashola maintained that he never made such promises. He further challenged anyone with a video footage of him making such promises to come forward. While dissociating himself from the statement, he branded it falsehood.

He said: “I have heard that I said that electricity problem will be solved in six months. I have never made the statement. Anybody who has a video of where I said this should please make it public. The point I made was when I was handing over the Lekki IPP because we had about 10 megawatts of power there.”

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