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Photonews: INAUGURATION OF GEREGU POWER STATION

Thursday, October 3, 2013

INAUGURATION OF GEREGU POWER STATION

INAUGURATION OF NATIONAL INTEGRATED POWER PROJECT (NIPP) 434mw GEREGU POWER STATION IN AJAOKUTA, KOGI STATE

PIC 1. PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN (5TH L) CUTTING THE TAPE TO INAUGURATE THE GEREGU II POWER STATION IN KOGI STATE ON THURSDAY (3/10/13) WITH HIM ARE: FROM LEFT: GOV GABRIEL SUSWAM OF BENUE STATE; MINISTER OF JUSTICE, MOHAMMED ADOKE (SAN); MINISTER OF POWER, PROF CHINEDU NEBOH; GOV IDRIS WADA OF KOGI STATE AND THE CHAIRMAN, SENATE COMMITTEE ON POWER, SEN PHILIP ADUDA.

PIC 2. THE NATIONAL INTEGRATED POWER PROJECT (NIPP) 434mw GEREGU POWER STATION INAUGURATED BY PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN IN AJAOKUTA, KOGI STATE ON THURSDAY (3/10/13).

PIC 3. FROM LEFT: PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN; GOV. IDRIS WADA OF KOGI STATE AND THE ATTAH IGALA, HRM AGABAIDU IDAKWO AMEH OBONI II, AT THE
INAUGURATION OF NATIONAL INTEGRATED POWER PROJECT (NIPP) 434mw GEREGU POWER STATION IN AJAOKUTA KOGI STATE ON THURSDAY (3/10/13).

PIC 4. FROM LEFT: GOV IDRIS WADA OF KOGI STATE; PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN AND MR FEMI OTEDOLA INSPECTING NATIONAL INTEGRATED POWER PROJECT (NIPP) 434mw GEREGU POWER STATION INAUGURATED BY PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN IN AJAOKUTA, KOGI STATE ON THURSDAY (3/10/13).

PIC 5. FROM LEFT: MINISTER OF POWER, PROF CHINEDU NEBOH; PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN; GOV. IDRIS WADA OF KOGI STATE; GOV GABRIEL SUSWAM OF BENUE STATE; MINISTER OF JUSTICE, MOHAMMED ADOKE (SAN); PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT, AMB. HASSAN TUKUR AND THE MINISTER OF PETROLEUM, MRS DEZIEANI ALLISON-MADUEKE AT THE INAUGURATION OF NATIONAL INTEGRATED POWER PROJECT (NIPP) 434mw GEREGU POWER STATION IN AJAOKUTA KOGI STATE ON THURSDAY (3/10/13).

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TransformationWatch is an online news site founded by Henry Omoregie It is focused on keeping tabs on the Transformation Agenda set out by the Nigerian leadership in the Local, State and Federal Governments. My mission is to observe, analyze and report milestones or slowdowns in promised service delivery in all the facets of governance in Nigeria (2011 and beyond). Readership is open to all Nigerians and friends of Nigeria alike, regardless of Tribe, Religion or Political divide. We are all in this together

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