Electricity: Under Fashola,Nigeria Moved From 6,000MW To 2,000MW

By Ikenga Chronicles November 1, 2016

The Lagos State chapter of the opposition  Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Monday evening took   the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola to the cleaners over his gross incompetence in the discharge of  his duties.

While comparing the Fashola to his successor Akinwunmi Ambode, the spokesman of the Lagos state chapter of the PDP’s s Taofik Gani,  disclosed that the incumbent governor had taken government’s presence to many areas in the state allegedly abandoned for eight years by his predecessor, Fashola.

The opposition party also expressed reservation over Buhari’s decision to give three ministerial portfolios relating to engineering to Fashola, who is a lawyer.

The PDP berated Fashola for celebrating a proposed injection of 30 megawatts into the national grid, when, according to the PDP, the minister had been provided with resources enough to inject over 500 megawatts into it.

Gani said instead of celebrating, Fashola should have been sober for allegedly mismanaging the country’s power generation from “6000MW when he took over to now less than 2000MW.”

“We sincerely advise President Buhari to be very wary of the deceptive skills of Fashola who will usually hype and celebrate even mediocrity.”

 “Fashola has a penchant for misrepresenting facts of his achievements in government and would always rationalise obvious inadequacies.”

 “As governor of Lagos State, he enjoyed unprecedented revenues and donations, yet he left many services untouched or unfinished. He, however, deliberately funded his pro-Fashola media and commentators so much that pseudo and exaggerated achievements were ascribed to him.”

 “He employed this model to promote his eight years government of mediocrity. Fashola ended up making Lagos State the biggest debtor with local and foreign debts well over N1trn.”

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