Gas, electricity hub: Nigeria’s dream, Egypt’s reality

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Eight years ago, the Egyptian government, burdened by electricity and petrol subsidies, could not pay gas companies as frequent power cuts paralysed cities. The prime minister advised people to conserve energy by congregating in small rooms and wearing cotton clothes. A summer of rage, which culminated in massive protests, toppled his government. All that is…

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