The chairman’s action is contrary to federal rules that expressly states that the naira “shall be legal tender in Nigeria at their face value for the payment of any amount.”
“It is a very serious problem; it is deepening into our resources and a thorn in our flesh, and every day, there are cases of vandalism of our network,’’ he lamented.
“The essence of this effort is to maintain stability in the existing electricity networks.
NIWA George Moghalu said that such licensing would ease pressure on the government and attract revenue to it.
Ms Georgieva said that low-income countries had been impacted severely by multiple economic shocks in recent years.
The task force will ensure proper waste management in the state because it is very crucial to the well-being of residents.
The tractors would be released to Manage Service Providers on loans for farmers to access under a hiring scheme.
Notwithstanding the revenue generation, the company said that customers are still owing it to the tune of hundred billions of naira.
Mr Badmus said water would be supplied to parts of the state to celebrate this yuletide season on completion of the ongoing rehabilitation of Iju Waterworks this month.
He said the well-being of the staff was essential to the commission’s objectives of having an efficient, effective, and dedicated workforce to serve Nigerians.