Review the Public Private Partnership (PPP) enabling environment with a view to addressing the legal, regulatory and operational bottlenecks, challenging the effective administration of the system, by introducing enabling legislation. [President-elect] will create a National Infrastructural Development Bank to provide loans at nominal interest rates, exclusively for this sector.
Conduct a low demand study for the next 25 years and based on that – will have a ‘master plan’
Guarantee a steady supply of power within the next 12-18 months; however, there would be a notable change within 6 months.
Tackle the issue of gas availability for the proposed power plants
Start an accelerated training of human resources for the power sector.
Work with PenCom to consider giving soft loans to power sector operators.
Explore and develop alternative sources of power such as small, medium and large hydro plants, wind, coal and solar and other forms of renewable energy to ensure efficient and affordable power supply.
Generate, transmit and distribute electricity on a 24/7 basis whilst simultaneously ensuring the development of sustainable/renewable energy, by 2019.
Embark on a National Infrastructural Development Programme as a Public Private Partnership that will (a) ensure 5,000km of Superhighway including service trunks and (b) building of up to 6,800km of modern railway completed by 2019.
Enact new legal and regulatory frameworks to establish independent regulation and incentives to accelerate public and private sector investment in seaports, railways, and inland waterways.
Embark on PPP schemes that will ensure every one of the 36 states has one functional airport, with all 21st Century safety tools for effective commercial air travel.
Rural Water and Sanitation Agencies (RUWASA) will develop a 10-year plan for extending and upgrading water access for each region in the country
RUWASA will go into partnership with private sectors to improve access to water and sanitation