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Actor Azeez Ijaduade shares experience after leaving the hospital

Well-known actor and producer Azeez Ijaduade was shot by a trigger-happy police officer in the Iperu area of Ogun State, nearly dying, and then being released from the hospital.

He was fighting for air and his life when the single bullet that had punctured both his neck and the metal of his car happened last week.

The producer thanked God for what he called His unspeakable intervention, documenting the terrifying incident with a video that showed the bullet’s journey through his car.

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He continued by saying that he was in shock for days and didn’t know how the incident on the faithful day happened.

Ijaduade expressed gratitude for the outpouring of love and support he has received from supporters and well-wishers all around the nation and abroad.

He claims that the kindness directed at him made it easier for him to go through the trying time and the terrifying circumstance on the road to recovery.

The actor expressed gratitude to media outlets and the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN) in particular for their unwavering support.

He revealed that he would always be appreciative of everyone who supported him during the difficult period.

FG embark on Electricity Subsidy, even in the face of call for Tariff Hike

Despite calls for pricing increases in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry, the federal government has persisted in providing electricity subsidies.

This was revealed on Monday by Adebayo Adelabu, the Minister of Power, who noted that the federal government was examining the introduction of a reflecting power rate in a message posted on his official X Twitter.

The minister reaffirmed President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s energy strategy by acting decisively to improve the facilities for transmission and distribution.

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Despite calls for pricing increases in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry, the federal government has persisted in providing electricity subsidies.

This was revealed on Monday by Adebayo Adelabu, the Minister of Power, who noted that the federal government was examining the introduction of a reflecting power rate in a message posted on his official X Twitter.

The minister reaffirmed President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s energy strategy by acting decisively to improve the facilities for transmission and distribution.

Adelabu did concede, though, that there was still a serious problem with liquidity in the electrical market.

One major issue facing the electrical market is still liquidity.

He declared, “We’re reviewing the cost-reflective tariff implementation process while ensuring continued government subsidy for vulnerable members of society.”

The news is related to a report.

According to NERC’s quarterly reports, power subsidies amounted to N204.59 billion in Q3 2023 and N135.23 billion in Q2, which is a significant amount more than the N36.02 billion in Q1 2023.

Credit: Dailypost

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