Our Energy Policy - Adamu Garba, Nigeria's 2019 Youngest Presidential Aspirant

Every progressive economy relies heavily on a powerful and sustainable system of power generation. This is a major determinant of a country’s level of productivity, such that poor generation automatically results in poor productivity levels.

As a country, Nigeria is richly blessed with energy resources, with about 5.284 Trillion Cu M of proven Gas reserve, abundant solar energy in our northern savannah and over 2 Billion Metric Tons of coal in sites deposited in Enugu, Delta, Anambra, Kogi, Gombe and Benue States. It is inexcusable that these resources are untapped while we focus on crude means of power generation.

Ideally, the means of power generation we rely on today known as Hydro power was intended for short term service, currently with the continuous increase in population and industrialization we ought to have advanced to better sources of power generation that meets/exceed our current demand.

Our policy aims at improving power supply by leveraging natural resources such as gas, coal, solar and wind. We intend to build a heavy pipeline across the country to leverage upon our abundant deposit of gas. We also propose to make use of the coal in Enugu to improve our supply of power. Up north, we are going to leverage solar energy and wind power.

Over the years, billions of USD have been invested into power generation and it is a shame that we are yet to boast of 6000MW supply.

We’ve carried out proper survey which forecasts that with Hydro and Thermal Stations to be deployed, the energy policy we propose can produce over 50,000 MW of electricity in 5 years and our strategy is to urbanize about 9 states in Nigeria especially the states across our shoreline. States like Akwa Ibom, Rivers, Cross River, Bayelsa and Lagos will become our shoreline energy production zones. Up north, we’ll have our inland energy production zones supporting the shoreline zones.

Adamu Garba is a vibrant and promising Nigerian youth, aspiring for the sit of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the year 2019. You can read his full biography here.

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Our Energy Policy - Adamu Garba, Nigeria's 2019 Youngest Presidential Aspirant Our Energy Policy - Adamu Garba, Nigeria's 2019 Youngest Presidential Aspirant Reviewed by AbuZahra Ahmad on March 10, 2018 Rating: 5

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