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FG signs pact with Turkish company to invest in supertech transmission

Stories by Ugo Amadi

The Turkish company, KOZTECH Electric and Energy Technologies has been called to apply its super technology expertise to improve electricity transmission in Nigeria.
The Minister of Power, Chinedu Nebo made this call while after signing a pact with the company in Abuja recently.
Koztech said its goals include building generation and transmission infrastructures to be financed by Turkish business interests.
Koztech said it will also provide workforce training to promote local content to guarantee smooth operation of the plants on completion.
Recall that MOTIRSEASPIRE, a Nigerian-American consortium signed a similar pact a fortnight ago with its focus on solar technology, which it said would generate 1200mw to the mostly rural Nigerian dwellers.
Chairman of the company, Senator Annie Okonkwo said with the pact, “soon, the problem of epileptic supply of power will be a thing of the past, as the whole world will celebrate efficient power in Nigeria.”

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