Ghana’s Energy Minister speaks on power in Nigeria
The Energy Minister of Ghana, Dr. Joe Oteng-Adjei is in Nigeria to deliver a lecture.
Dr. Oteng-Adjei will deliver the 2009 Aelex Annual Lecture.
In a statement issued by the organizers, Aelex, a full service commercial and litigation law firm, he will deliver the fifth edition of the lectures to be held at the MUSON Centre in Lagos on July 30, 2009 at 2.00pm. He will speak on the topic “How Ghana kept the lights on”.
According to the statement, the Aelex Annual Lecture series which has now become a fixture on the Nigerian legal calendar began in 2005 to commemorate the law firm’s formation on July 1, 2004.
The lectures aim to enlighten and educate the public on topical issues of national interest.
Last year’s lecture, was delivered by Pulitzer Prize Winner, Mr Dele Olojede, who spoke about “Freedom of Information: Balancing the Public’s rights to Know against the Individual’s Right to Privacy”.
Dr. Lanre Babalola, Nigeria’s Minister of Power will chair the event.
By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi