The National Electricity Regulatory Authority (ANRE) and the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) on Monday in Abuja signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at promoting cooperation in the field electricity regulation.
This agreement is part of the friendly ties and strong African brotherhood uniting the Kingdom of Morocco and the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
This signature is also part of the perspective of the common vision shared between Morocco and Nigeria since the visit of King Mohammed VI to Nigeria in 2016, and that of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari to Morocco in 2018.
The two countries have shown their common determination to continue strengthening the fruitful bilateral cooperation relations and deepen them in all areas to serve the interests of the two brotherly peoples and contribute to the development and stability of the African continent.
The MoU was signed by ANRE President, Abdellatif Bardach, and NERC President, Sanusi Garba, during an official ceremony that was held at NERC Headquarters in Abuja to foster cooperation. in the achievement of common objectives, in particular through the exchange of information and the sharing of experiences between the two parties.
On this occasion, Abdellatif Bardach underlined that this MoU strengthens the already existing relations between the two regulators, marked by the previous visit of a large Nigerian delegation to ANRE headquarters in October 2021.
For his part, Sanusi Garba indicated that the signing of the memorandum marks the concretization of a solid bilateral relationship between ANRE and NERC and will support their joint cooperation to ensure the smooth functioning of the electricity sector and overcome the challenges facing he is confronted.