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PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AS A TOOL FOR INFRASTRUCTURAL GROWTH IN NIGERIA: A FOCUS ON NIGERIA’S ELECTRICITY SECTOR

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CERTIFICATION i


DEDICATION ii


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iii


TABLE OF STATUTES vi


LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS vii


ABSTRACT ix


CHAPTER ONE - INTRODUCTION 1


1.1 Background of Study 1


1.2 Research Questions 5


1.3 Scope of Research 6


1.4 Research Methodology 6


CHAPTER TWO - OVERVIEW OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AND THE


ELECTRCITY SECTOR IN NIGERIA 7


2.1. Meaning of Public-Private Partnership 7


2.2. Public-Private Partnership and Infrastructural Growth 10


2.3. History of Electricity Generation and Distribution 16


2.4. Unbundling and Privatization of Nigeria’s Electricity Sector 18


CHAPTER THREE – THE LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK


REGARDING PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AND ELECTRCITY REFORM


IN NIGERIA 24


3.1. The Statutory Regimes As Regards PPP and Electricity Reform 24


3.1.1. The Constitution 24


3.1.2. Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission Act (ICRC Act) 25


3.1.3. Electric Power Sector Reform Act (EPSRA) 26


3.1.4. Public Enterprises (Privatisation and Commercialisation) Act 1999 29


3.1.5. Public Procurement Act, 2007. 30


3.1.6. Utilities Charges Commission Act 1992 31



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3.1.7 Federal Highways Act 1971 32


3.2. Public Institutions Concerned With PPP and Electricity Reform 32


3.2.1. The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) 32


3.2.2. Federal Ministry of Power (now Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing)


34


3.2.3. Nigerian Bulk Electricity Trading Company (NBET) 34


3.2.4. Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC) 35


3.2.5. Bureau of Public Enterprises/ National Council on Privatisation 36


3.2.6. Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Company Ltd/Gte (NELMCO) 37


3.2.7. Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) 38


3.3 The Presidential Task Force on Power Review (PTFP), 2014. 39


3.4. Roadmap for Power Sector Reform, 2010. 43


CHAPTER FOUR - EFFECTIVENESS OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN


PROMOTING INFRASTRUCTURAL GROWTH 47


4.1. Effectiveness of Public-Private Partnership in Promoting Infrastructural Growth 47


4.2. Challenges to Public-Private Partnership on Infrastructural Development 50


CHAPTER FIVE - CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 58


5.1. Conclusion 58


5.2. Recommendations 62


BIBLIOGRAPHY 64

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AS A TOOL FOR INFRASTRUCTURAL GROWTH IN NIGERIA: A FOCUS ON NIGERIA’S ELECTRICITY SECTOR

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