EX-vice president, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar said yesterday that his former boss, leader Olusegun Obasanjo, ought to be held answerable for the modern-day energy crisis in the country.
Atiku stated this at a e book release in Abuja on Tuesday. He claimed he suggested to Obasanjo to move for a caustic electricity station assignment rather than constructing gasoline electricity stations and that until the Niger Delta crisis is resolved, dependency on gasoline for strength will continue to keep the country in darkness.
“let me once more say that electricity is very problematic.
“I had a disagreement with my president (leader Obasanjo) in 2003 because I instructed him that we ought to cross for caustic energy station mission but, he insisted on fuel stations for energy.
“I advised him gas will no longer work in the united states of america inside the next 10 to fifteen years due to the fact militants will retain to blow up the pipelines until he addresses restiveness inside the Niger Delta by providing this and that.
“Obasanjo refused to listen to me and persisted with the venture or even next administrations continued with it and 16 to 17 years after, we are nevertheless no longer there with power from gasoline.”