Public-private Partnership (ppp) As An Alternative Service Delivery In Lagos State: A
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Public-private Partnership (ppp) As An Alternative Service Delivery In Lagos State: A Study Of Independent Power Plants
Nigeria is still in search of solutions to her power sector challenges and Public Private Partnership (PPP) presents a means of mobilizing private funds to mitigate the situation. The constant complaints of epileptic supply of electricity from Power Holding Company of Nigeria and its effect on service delivery prompted Lagos state government to establish Independent Power Plants through PPP in order to guarantee uninterrupted power supply in the state. This study therefore examines Public-Private Partnership and service delivery in Lagos state: with particular reference to the Independent Power Plants. The paper used qualitative approach with content analysis of books, journals, and internetDownloadViews: 16

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