Obasanjo Seeks Improvement, Says Nigerians Not Seeing 'Change'

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has said Nigerians are yet to witness the change campaign promises of the current administration.

Obasanjo stated this at the presentation of award to the former Managing Director of Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC), Engr. James Olotu, during investiture ceremony of new president of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), in Abuja.

The new NSE President, Engr. Adekunle Mokuolu had earlier commended Olotu for his outstanding performance in delivering all the independent power projects and the power injector substations.

He applauded other distinguished Nigerians who have contributed significantly to the power and engineering sector in the country while Obasanjo made the award presentations.

But Obasanjo, who was in his cream traditional Agbada attire and a matching cap, quietly asked Olotu on the podium if the projects were actually completed with a response from Olotu.

Facing the crowd in the Africa hall of the International Conference Centre, Obasanjo said, “If you want to know what I have been asking him, I asked him if all the 10 NIPP have been completed but he said they are 85 percent completed and the Power Injector Substations have been completed above average.”

“Let’s hope that all the 100 per cent of them will be completed and all of them will be feeding power into our homes. Maybe we will see the change.”