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Did Nigeria's Minister, Babatunde Fashola Divert N900bn Power-Sector Fund?

Despite the huge funding the Power, Works and Housing sector in Nigeria has received in the last three years, there is very little to show for it; and now, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) wants to know why!

Did Nigeria's Minister, Babatunde Fashola Divert N900bn Power-Sector Fund?
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