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Taraba state Gets N2.6 Billion for Mambilla Electricity Project



It’s been more than 40 years since the contract was issued, but it is still quiet, according to a study by the Daily Trust. The contract for the electricity service in Mambilla, Taraba State, said the contract started in 1973. In 2007, the Obasanjo government reopened the contract, which was canceled by the late Umaru Yar’adua.

In addition, after taking a long time, the BPP has compiled a copy of the document, which is expected to be completed in 2012. After the scheme was abruptly sent to the government in court. After the crisis, the federal government was able to complete the project to produce 3050 megawatt in 2015.China’s EDIM is expected to provide 75 percent of the cost of the contract, and the cost of the project by CGGC and Sinohydro Corporation will increase from N 3.2 billion to N5.972 billion, which is budgetary. Up to 2 trillion naira. Also, in 2017 the BPP provided the fire department with a new certification of access to the project, meaning that the federal government would find where to raise tens of billions of dollars for the project, giving the government 15 percent. in percent of the cost of the project while the heavyweight companies will make the largest share.

In addition, in the 2020 budget, the federal government has set aside some of the project’s budget, with President Buhari budgeting N2 billion to go to the electricity sector and more than 600 million dollars as allocated to professionals, investigating the project.

The N600 million will be spent on the inspection of the Mambilla Residents, which will affect the planning, inspection and commissioning of the Federal Government and Taraba State. 10000 villages will be raised at the commencement of the project, and a grant will be given to everyone to apply for a new home.

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According to the survey, no contractors have arrived in the area and once completed, the country will receive more than 3000 megawatt electric, which is currently being provided by Shiroro Kainji and Jebba stations, not exceeding 2000 megawatt.

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