Breaking News: Bart Nnaji Resigns As Nigeria’s Power Minister

The Minister of Power Resources, Professor Bart Nnaji has handed in his resignation as a minister in President Goodluck Jonathan’s government. A statement released by the Presidency said the President Jonathan has accepted Prof. Nnaji’s resignation.

About Professor Bart Nnaji

Dr. Bart Nnaji, 51, holds a Doctorate in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in the United States. He is also a tenured professor of Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Robotics in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, also in the United States.

In 2003, Nnaji began traveling back and forth to Nigeria to build a world-class, indigenous power company. He is currently Chairman and CEO of the company, Geometric Power Limited, or GPL, a US$250 million, 140 MW, integrated generation and distribution power plant.  Nnaji built upon his previous experience in Nigeria’s power sector to create his company. In 1993, he served as Nigeria’s Federal Minister of Science and Technology. In 2000, along with his joint venture partner Renatech International Limited, Nnaji built and managed a successful 15MW emergency power station in Abuja.



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5 Responses to "Breaking News: Bart Nnaji Resigns As Nigeria’s Power Minister"

  1. Gbadebo Michael says:

    Resignation without reason(s). Fed. Govt. Are we safe?

  2. Gbadebo Michael says:

    Hey babaooo, wetin dey on ground abi u don 4get ni.


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