Nasarawa Governor Says Dangote rifenery will end energy crisis in Nigeria
Nasarawa State Governor, Engineer Abdullahi Sule has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for commissioning the multi-billion naira Dangote Refinery in Lagos, stressing that the coming onboard of the refinery signifies an end to the energy crisis being experienced in the country.
The Governor, who was full of encomiums for President Buhari for paying his dues while serving the country, said the commissioning of both the Dangote refinery and the Loko-Oweto bridge were indeed dreams come true.
“It’s another dream come through like yesterday. We have seen the end of the energy crisis in Nigeria yesterday by the commissioning of the Dangote Refinery. It’s another dream come true for the people of Loko and Oweto in Nasarawa and Benue States respectively, as well as all the Southeastern part of the country. We are celebrating a dream come true of the bridge.
“Mr President we can’t thank you enough. We believe you have paid your dues, you have done well for us and by the grace of God, God will be kind also to you,” he stated.
The Governor, who represented President Buhari at the commissioning of the bridge, shortly after the event, also commissioned the 58km, 33KVA electrification project in Loko, headquarters of Loko Development Area.
Engineer Sule used the opportunity of the event to appreciate the people of the area for their support during the last election, adding that the commissioning of the project was in fulfilment of the promise his administration made to electrify Loko and environs.
“Today is a day of fulfillment, it’s a day of happiness and joy. The entire people of Loko community as well as those across the River Benue, we want to sincerely thank God for making the events possible.