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About 804 results for "power holding company of nigeria"

Pay outstanding severance benefits of ex-PHCN workers

About 8,000 former employees of the defunct successor companies of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) recently staged a protest at the headquarters of the company in Abuja over the non-payment of their severance benefits since November ... Daily Sun, 15 hours ago
National Stadium in Darkness Over PHCN Bills Individual.com, 2 days ago
45, 000 PHCN ex-workers get severance packages The Guardian Nigeria, 6 days ago

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Nigeria Daily Independent, 1 day ago
SweetCrude Reports, 1 day ago
Channels TV Nigeria, 4 days ago
Daily Times Nigeria, 6 days ago
Channels TV Nigeria, 1 week ago
Business World Intelligence, 2 days ago
Sarnia Observer, 4 days ago
NPR, 1 week ago
Ventures Africa, 4 hours ago
My Zoo, 9 hours ago

Attention, Abuja DisCo

After the privatisation of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria, we are still experiencing the exploitation or rather call it the criminality activities of the defunct PHCN, now in the hand of private investors. After four months of being in ...
 Nigeria Punch5 days ago Unfulfilled Targets in Power Sector  AllAfrica.com1 week ago
Nigeria Punch

FG to Settle Severance Package of 1,669 PHCN Workers This Week

The Federal Government has taken a decision to pay 1,669 former employees of the defunct Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) their severance packages this week. Some of the workers had over the weekend staged a protest at the headquarters of ...
 Individual.com1 day ago 8,000 PHCN workers yet to get severance benefits  Nigeria Punch1 week ago FG Clears Extra 1,669 PHCN Workers for Severance Payments  Individual.com6 days ago 1,669 PHCN workers to get severance next week  Nigeria Punch6 days ago
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PHCN Workers Protest Over Entitlements

By Simon Echewofun Sunday Some retired workers of the defunct Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) protested yesterday over non-payment of their entitlements and allowances. In a Channels Television report last night, the workers under the ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago
Daily Times Nigeria

PHCN Terminal Benefit - Committee Screens 1,669 Retirees and Next-of-Kins

The Implementation Committee on Payment of Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Terminal benefits to staff retirees which is set up by the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) is set to release time-table for the payments of severance benefits to ...
 AllAfrica.com6 days ago FG pays 1,669 ex-PHCNworkers benefits next week  Daily Sun6 days ago Terminal benefits: Committee screens 1,669 PHCN retirees, next-of-kin  Daily Times Nigeria5 days ago PHCN Terminal Benefit: Committee Screens 1,669 Retirees And Next-Of-Kins  Daily Times Nigeria6 days ago
This Day Online

FG Accuses Distribution Companies of Rejecting Power Allocations

Minister of Power, Prof. Chinedu Nebo By Ejiofor Alike As Nigerians grapple with the challenges of inadequate electricity supply, the federal government has accused some electricity distribution companies of rejecting power allocated to them ...
 This Day Online1 day ago FG Injects 220mw Of Power To National Grid Via Egbin  Union.com.ng1 day ago Nebo: Embedded Power Will Solve Nigeria's Electricity Problems  This Day Online1 day ago Govt accuses distribution companies of rejecting power allocations  SweetCrude Reports2 hours ago
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10 Compelling Reasons Why Big Beverage May Want To Keep Their Eyes On Celsius Holdings

Summary After appreciating 47% last year, we believe much bigger gains are ahead in 2015 for Celsius Holdings, Inc. A new management team, brought in three years ago, has dramatically turned things around through a successful rebuilding and ...
 Seeking Alpha8 hours ago

The Nation and the Hydrogen Era (1) [analysis]

TWENTY years ago," the blurb reads, "we began developing our hydrogen fuel cell vehicle -- a car powered by renewable energy and leaving nothing behind but water. In 2015, that car will become a reality. And its name will be Mirai..." Toyota posted ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago Nigeria and the hydrogen era (1)  The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago
Nigeria Daily Independent

Power sector: No respite yet for consumers

CONTINUED FROM YESTERDAY EDITION The expectations of Nigerians when the Federal Government on November 10, 2013 handed over ownership and operation of the power sector to the core investors, who acquired eleven distributions and five generation ...
 Nigeria Daily Independent1 day ago Power Sector - No Respite Yet for Consumers [opinion]  Individual.com1 day ago Investments Promises By New Owners  Individual.com10 hours ago
Union.com.ng

BUSINESS LEADERS BACK JONATHAN

Dangote, Ovia, Otedola, Elumelu, Otudeko, Okoli Say No Going Back Corporate Nigeria throws their weight behind President Goodluck Jonathan's re-election with positive endorsements and new agenda Amos Esele The corporate world, last Sunday, ...
 Union.com.ng1 day ago Nigerian Business Leader and Philanthropist Tony O. Elumelu, CON Drives the African Private Sector Agenda at the 2015 World Economic Forum  AllAfrica.com1 week ago Political campaigns keep Jonathan away, but Dangote, Elumelu, Tinubu, lead Nigeria's business elite to WEF 2015  Business Day Nigeria1 week ago Elumelu takes Africa private sector agenda to 2015 WEF  National Daily1 week ago
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