Abuja - Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has reiterated that Nigeria is ready for nuclear energy, Vanguard reported.
This comes after Fashola received the International Atomic Energy Agency certificate which enable Nigeria to start nuclear energy.
Although this is not something new, as the programme was started 17 years ago, sites have been identified and the design of finance have been started.
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Fashola stated that when this is fully in programme, electricity will become cheaper and more affordable.
However, it was suggested if the country is ready for nuclear energy as there is already bigger problems of insurgency and terrorism.
According to Fashola, the ministry and other agencies will make sure that Nigeria receives the best in electricity.
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