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Tinubu's Wishlist for Nigerian Energy Sector

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Peter Obi/The Guardian
  • Nigeria’s president-elect, Bola Tinubu, has sketched out ambitious plans to accelerate reforms to the energy sector.
  • Tinubu’s pro-business stance has left some investors feeling that things can only get better after the ineptness of the outgoing Muhammadu Buhari administration.
  • But they shouldn’t count on it: Some goals on the manifesto — including GDP growth of 12% a year — are fanciful and others too vague.

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