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Philip C. Asiodu

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Among those who have been honoured ..., 7 July 2014 [cached]
Among those who have been honoured in this Leaders Without Title series include Chief Philip Asiodu, Elder Felix Ohiwerei, Dr. Gamaliel Onosode, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, Dr. Christopher Kolade, Professor Grace Alele-Williams, Dr. Alex Ekwueme, Mr. Martin Ikediashi.
The occasion which was chaired by ..., 28 Sept 2014 [cached]
The occasion which was chaired by Chief Philip Asiodu was attended by Kalu Idika Kalu, Okey Ezibe, Turner Coker, Demola Aladekomo, Hakeem Bello, Chike Obi, Herbert Okumagba, among others.
The lecture which was chairmaned by ..., 5 June 2014 [cached]
The lecture which was chairmaned by Sen (Gen.) I.O.S Nwachukwu had Chief Philip Asiodu, Erelu Abiola Dosumu, Barrister Odien Ajumogobia (SAN) and host of other dignitaries in attendance.
In his preview, Chief ..., 1 Oct 2011 [cached]
In his preview, Chief Philip Asiodu a former petroleum Secretary and chief economic adviser to the President, as well as an industrialist stated that the book is welcome and timely at this time because it coincides with the implementation of the Fifth National Development Plan (2010- 2013) which is the first of the three Implementation Plans for the realization of Vision 20:2020.
The Mike Awoyinfa BLOG » 2012 » October, 1 Oct 2012 [cached]
Chief Philip Asiodu, a retired Federal Permanent Secretary, is another Nigerian father who has served as a civil servant and worked hard in the past to coach and put Nigeria into good shape. But at the end of his life's work, he is still filled with lamentations for the F-student who cannot even pass physics, a subject that is critical and basic, if we must industrialize. In his days in government, Nigeria was generating more electricity than Taiwan, but today, "Taiwan is generating 30 to 40 thousand megawatts and we are singing about 4000," he laments. "Since the consumption of electricity per capita is almost synonymous to the level of industrialization and economic diversification, by consequence, standard of living and the welfare of the people, you can see how far we have gone. But for the fact that there are private generators in homes, hospitals, hotels and industries, which may account for about 12 thousand megawatts, but for that, Nigeria would be an impossible place to live."
He continues: "I am ashamed when Nigerian leaders, especially government leaders, open their mouths and say we are aiming for four thousand megawatts."
For Nigeria, to even pass and industrialize, it needs at least 40,000 megawatts of electricity, Asiodu says.
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