Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, says his children are also facing the effects of the poor electricity supply presently being experienced in the country.

Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, says his children are also facing the effects of the poor electricity supply presently being experienced in the country.

Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, says his children are also facing the effects of the poor electricity supply presently being experienced in the country.

Fashola who has been very vocal during his tenure as Governor of Lagos state some years ago, has been left to answer many questions Nigerians have been asking about his capability in handling the country’s power sector.

He stressed that even his children look at him and wonder what their father is doing to salvage the situation which is begging for help.

Fashola, while speaking on Channels TV, pointed out that the best way to get out of this power problem the country is facing is to supply more gas to the power plant.

"It's a very hot season of the year. I see my children too sweating, having heat rash and they look at me like what are you doing about this thing. Let me be very clear, this problem can be solved. It needs detailed and methodical approach. First work to do is to supply more gas because without gas, I am like a generator owner who can't get fuel, so I can't power my plants. There are errors of planning of yesterday but they are errors that can be corrected" he said.



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