September 1, 2011

Nigeria's Power Sector Under Fire

Charles Kennedy,


Last month the U.S. ambassador to Nigeria, Terence McCulley bluntly told Nigeria’s Minister of Power Barth Nnaji that the United States would only invest in the nation's power sector if the industry’s "endemic corruption" was adequately addressed. . .

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